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Premier league meets GP - what F1 cars would look like with football liveries

2018-03-26 10:16

Image: Sean Bull Design/DriveTribe

England - Celebrating the start of the Formula 1 season, DriveTribe shares concept motorsport liveries inspired by top 20 football club kits.

Designer Sean Bull, who has worked with many teams and drivers on liveries, jumped at the opportunity to work with DriveTribe to create an F1 concept car for each of the 20 teams. 

From the striking reds of Manchester United and Arsenal and Bournemouth, to the claret of Burnley and the black and white of Newcastle United, all the clubs are represented in a fantasy F1 Premier League.


Image: Sean Bull Design/DriveTribe

Manchester City

Image: Sean Bull Design/DriveTribe


Image: Sean Bull Design/DriveTribe

Manchester United

Image: Sean Bull Design/DriveTribe


Image: Sean Bull Design/DriveTribe

Tottenham Hotspur

Image: Sean Bull Design/DriveTribe

DriveTribe's Rob Burnett said: “DriveTribe is all about letting motoring enthusiasts share their passion with like-minded fans, whether it’s Formula One, understanding the nuts and bolts of engineering or a determination to make motoring greener.

“We’ve had great fun with Sean Bull’s F1 Premier League racing car designs, as did the DriveTribe community.” 

Backed by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, DriveTribe, provides an interactive platform for people to create, share and join automotive interest groups (or Tribes) across a wide range of categories, from car brands and motorsports to motoring lifestyle and viral memes. 

While many of the Tribes are managed by amateur content producers, many are run by celebrity names, including Formula One’s Mark Webber and Damon Hill. 

Concludes Burnett: “There are already thousands of Tribes on DriveTribe, sharing a wide range of incredible content, from car reviews, live stream events and outtakes from TV shows to quizzes and motorsports analysis. It’s all here for motoring fans.”

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