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Red Bull unveil RB11 race livery for 2015

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Jordan Adcock, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. Race livery

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  2. "Zebra" Testing livery

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  1. Tony Gentile

    Tony Gentile

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    New colour scheme looks real good :thumbsup:
    Even better for a assetto corsa skin :)Doh
     
  2. Darth

    Darth

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    I think they had done just that in 2004, but only during testing.
     
  3. Audren Lavenerable

    Audren Lavenerable

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    In terms of looks, I prefer the camo one, but for racing, the traditional purple, blue and red is better ;)
     
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  4. Ho3n3r

    Ho3n3r
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    I really like the purple on the sidepods. It makes them more prominent.
     
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  5. wrococa

    wrococa

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    it seems to me a pretty big contradiction from RB. theyve always bucked tradition and set new ones. ( 2 x F1 teams, X fighters, air race xgames etc etc of cool and forward thinking brand alignments.. Then they bang on about tradition and heritage with this livery. Im not saying the Zebra deal was the one but im sick to death of the traditional livery. Not RB as such. Have a go you old fannies, and have a go on the world stage. Bore us with the TR or maybe give them a spike. just do something.
    sorry all.
    :thumbsdown:
     
  6. ENDR

    ENDR

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    By the way, how much "tradition and heritage" does Red Bull as a whole brand really have?
    And the F1 team? They've been called "Red Bull" for 10 years and they've used the current livery theme since what, 2009? Sure, during those 6 years they won 4 consecutive world championships, but still... They're no Ferrari with their heritage :p
     
  7. Philip Heck

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    And no team ever will be.
    But Red Bull has been involved in F1 since 1995, so 20 years. That's quite some time if you ask me.
     
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