As the days of December continue to pass, preparations for the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross season are in full swing with riders logging laps on the many Southern California test tracks. As the countdown to Anaheim 1 continues, airing LIVE on Fox Sports 1 on January 4th, it’s time to take a look at the bright future of the sport.
As reported originally at Motorsportsretro.com
The nostalgia flows strong as 12 awesome renderings demonstrate what the 2013 Formula 1 grid might look like in the colors of old.
Check out more incredible retro F1 designs by the artist Camille De Bastiani
Beginning with the 1980 World Championship winning Williams FW07 pictured above, this list brings forth 12 individual “what if” moments, as we contemplate the significance of each historic livery. Some of them look as at home on the modern machinery as they ever did in decades passed, whilst others are perhaps best left undisturbed – you decide.
Today we bring you a countdown of the top 5 wrecks of the 2013 SportsCar racing season. Enjoy!
5. Ferrari Goes up in Flames: An apparent fuel leak for the No. 71 AF Corse Ferrari 458 Italia of Toni Vilander in the FIA WEC Six Hours of Sao Paulo saw the flying Finn making a quick exit from his burning Prancing Horse. Miraculously, the car was rebuilt in time for the next race.
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After months of testing, Porsche officially revealed their new 919 Hybrid and its six-man driver lineup Saturday at “Night of Champions.”
However, the German-based team has yet to show the LMP1 challenger in its final livery. The only photos to be released by Porsche so far have featured the car in a white and black camouflage testing wrap.