These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries

These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries

If each F1 race had its own F1 car with its own livery, what might they look like? Well, this!

We love a good fantasy livery here at WTF1, whether it shows how classic colour schemes might look on modern cars, or what F1 cars would look like if driver’s helmet designs were made into full-on liveries.

This series from Tim Holmes design takes every round of the 2017 season and turns it into a livery inspired by the country it’s hosted in.

Each countries national flag forms the basis of the livery and only companies and brands from the country feature as sponsors. Not only is it a great idea, but they look properly good, too. Here are all 20 designs.

These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1
These Designs Turn F1 Races Into Race Liveries - Formula 1

We’re rather fond of the Spain, Azerbaijan, and Brazil liveries, but which is your favourite? Let us know in the comments!

If you want to see more of Tim Holmes’s work, why not check out his website?