Ferrari reveal 800th Grand Prix design

Ferrari have revealed a new livery for their cars for this weekends’ Turkish Grand Prix, to celebrate their 800th Grand Prix in Formula 1. A special logo is now on the engine covers of the cars.

While it isn’t as good as it could have been, I think it looks much better than that stupid white box outline they have been forced to use ever since the Marlboro subliminal advertising claims. Have a look at the photos below:

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

Ferrari's 800th Grand Prix special livery

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One response to “Ferrari reveal 800th Grand Prix design

  1. pickle92 May 28, 2010 at 17:01

    Fantastic milestone to have achieved. The old man (Enzo) would be very proud. This being Ferrariā€™s 800th Grand Prix, and the 2010 Turkish Grand Prix being number 829, it means they have competed at 96.5% of all World Championship Grand Prixs.

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