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F1 LIVERY CONCEPT DESIGNS – MERCEDES IN FULL INEOS VERSION BY BLOOMIEDESIGN

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THIS WEEK IN RACING DESIGN - THE MERCEDES IN FULL INEOS VERSION BY BLOOMIEDESIGN
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Mercedes Ineos – It’s that time of the year in the racing calendar when F1 fans get to see this year’s fresh batch of livery designs. We’ve rounded up each team’s new design.

In the meantime, over on that there internet, a creative community of designers, unbound by corporate briefs and stakeholder input, are playing about with new, high-concept designs.

Pre-season is in full swing and this weekly re-cap is about as full as last one’s. Let’s jump straight into it.

More F1 Liveries …Coming

“Next car up in my 2022 vision project, Mercedes switch to INEOS as the main title partner and keep the black, swapping out the teal for INEOS’ red. The stars remain, though are now a gloss black, offset by the satin base paint.” Mercedes-AMG F1 Team in full ineos version by bloomiedesign

Mercedes will keep its all-black livery in 2021, boss Toto Wolff has revealed.

Amid Lewis Hamilton’s advocacy for the Black Lives Matter movement, the reigning world champion team agreed to switch from silver to black for 2020.

“It seems that yes, we will also be in black in 2021,” Wolff told the Austrian magazine Motorprofis after Mercedes wrapped up its record seventh consecutive constructors’ world championship at Imola.

“I think the black looks great,” he added.

“In 2022 there will be many new rules and we want to remember our heritage again with the Silver Arrows. But the issue of anti-racism will remain very important to us.”

READ ALSO – WHAT’S THE FUTURE FOR ALPINE F1 TEAM?

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THE NEXT RACE 2021

Bahrain


Bahrain Grand Prix26 Mar
BRITISH TIME

SESSION
14:30 - 15:30Free practice 1
18:00 - 19:00
Free practice 2
15:00 - 16:00
Free practice 3
18:00 - 19:00
Qualifying
18:00 - 20:00Race
Bahrain57 laps308.238 km




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