Mercedes 2018 concept livery - the winner is revealed

    You voted, now see the winning design

    2y ago

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    The winter is well and truly here now and the 2017 F1 season is already a memory.

    With no on-track action until late March next year, we are doing our best to keep you entertained during the off-season.

    Each week our design guru Sean Bull will pick an F1 team and knock up several potential designs for next year's car, then you can vote for your favourite.

    Sean will then take the vote winner, and work it up into a full livery set, showing the car off from every angle.

    Once the real car is revealed in the new year, we can compare and decide who designed it better.

    Last week Sean gave you six options for the new Mercedes.

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    And after a week of voting, you went for this as the winning design:

    Sean then set to work and has expanded that design into a full livery concept.

    What do you think? How close will this be to the livery the team use for next season?

    Notice how the detailing on the front wing continues onto the engine cover on the rear of the car

    Notice how the detailing on the front wing continues onto the engine cover on the rear of the car

    From the top, people

    From the top, people

    What do we think of the Halo?

    What do we think of the Halo?

    How close will this be to the real livery the team use next season?

    How close will this be to the real livery the team use next season?

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    Comments (6)

    • 2018 Merc car won't be even remotely as interesting as this, it'll be almost the spitting image of their previous cars

        2 years ago
    • Has Sean bull ever been employed by an F1 team to design it's livery?

        2 years ago
    • Best Mercedes design yet!!!!! Nice!!

        2 years ago
    • It will probably be nothing near this amazing design. There us just not enough space left for the sponsors to be on the car and be easily readable.

        2 years ago

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