Check out these stunning Grand Prix-inspired F1 liveries

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Regular readers of our F1 coverage here on DriveTribe will know that we love a good livery project.

Something about marrying the fastest cars in the world with some fantastic fantasy designs just appeals to all race fans. After all, your first memories of racing are usually of the visuals on TV.

Today we've got another stunning set for you, this time from designer Tim Holmes, who has created an F1 livery for each round of the 2017 Formula 1 world championship.

Tim says: "Each race takes a particular look, inspired directly by the host country's national flag colour scheme and identity.

"To compliment each design I also feature a layout of the circuit being raced, the dates and name.

"Finally to give the look a more complete finish, I have chosen to incorporate only brands and companies from the respective races home country. For example Air Canada features on the livery for Round 7 in Montreal Canada."

We think they are great, but which one is your favourite?

Round 1, Australian GP: Albert park, Melbourne

Round 2, Chinese GP: Shanghai

Round 3, Bahrain GP: Bahrain

Round 4, Russian GP: Sochi

Round 5, Spanish GP: Barcelona

Round 6, Monaco GP: Monte Carlo

Round 7, Canadian GP: Montreal

Round 8, Azerbaijan GP: Baku

Round 9, Austrian GP: Spielberg

Round 10, British GP: Silverstone

Round 11, Hungarian GP: Budapest

Round 12, Belgian GP: Spa-Francorchamps

Round 13, Italian GP: Monza

Round 14, Singapore GP: Singapore

Round 15, Malaysian Gp: Kuala Lumpur

Round 16, Japanese GP: Suzuka

Round 17, United States GP: Austin

Round 18, Mexican GP: Mexico City

Round 19, Brazilian GP: Sao Paolo

Round 20, Abu Dhabi GP: Yas Marina

To see more of Tim's work visit his website here, or his Twitter page here.

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Comments (19)
  • Baku!!

    6 months ago
  • Monaco and Belgium were the best. USA was too stereotypical

    6 months ago

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