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2018-10-08 14:00

Robin Classen

Mercedes Lewis Hamilton


Graphic livery has long been part of Formula 1 with plenty of teams distinguishing themselves with special decals on the body of their races.

While the graphics looks pleasurable on the eye, it is a complicated business to get everything just right, according to Chain Bear F1.

A thought-out process

F1 cars have all sorts of bends, shapes and grooves so it requires fine detailing to make sure designs are aesthetically pleasing.

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It's not a matter of simply designing and putting it on the car, it has to go through a number of processes before finally getting placed on the car for the world to see.

Check out the video below:

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