Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries

F1 is going through a rules shake-up next year and a concept by Marco van Overbeeke showed what the cars could look like – Sean Bull has made it look even more awesome by putting some of our favourite old liveries on it

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Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1

Not so long ago, Marco van Overbeeke created an amazing concept imaging what 2017’s Formula 1 cars might look like. It was published as the December 2015 cover story for F1 Racing magazine, and now Sean Bull has imagined what the 2017 mock-up would look like with classic liveries.

Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1

The major change for next season will be aero, with wider, lower rear wings and an arrow-shaped front wing with sharper edges and lines.

Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1

The new look certainly looks good with these fan-favourites, including the Mild Seven Renault colour scheme and retro 1991 Jordan 7Up livery.

Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1

Bull has also imagined a few of the more unusual liveries we’ve seen, like the Honda Earth Car design and multi-coloured Benetton B188.

Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1
Here’s What 2017's F1 Cars Could Look Like With Retro Liveries - Formula 1

What do you think? Let us know your favourite designs in the comments below.

Via WTF1