Felipe Nasr, Sauber, Circuit de Catalunya, 2015

2015 F1 testing day ten in pictures

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Felipe Nasr, Sauber, Circuit de Catalunya, 2015

Pictures from the tenth day of pre-season testing for 2015 at the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain.

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11 comments on “2015 F1 testing day ten in pictures”

  1. The Force India livery doesn’t seem as interesting in the flesh compared to its reveal pictures. Unfortunate, but at least it’s finally on track!

    1. The paintjob looks stunning in some angles, IMHO. Best looking car out there.

      1. Todd (@braketurnaccelerate)
        27th February 2015, 20:32

        @vrshank – Agreed. The Force India livery is probably the best on the grid. The subtle addition of the green stripe (as compared to their original 2015 launch livery that had no green), has put it over the top, IMHO.

        1. Exactly. What’s with the reflective-ish white/silver paint though?

          The silver looks amazing, but the whiter shade under bright light makes it look like a Marussia, and tacky. Like the shot in the garage.

  2. Is it just me or is that Ferrari a more orangey shade of red? Modern Ferrari’s have been a long way from their traditional “scarlet” for quite a while now, but this latest shade looks all sorts of wrong.

    1. Still better than last year’s lawnmower.

    2. They should go back to the darker, deeper red of the 80s and early 90s.

    3. I miss their deep darker red too, but I think the worst one must be 2002. That thing looked like tomato, almost orange. In 2008 and 2009 the color wasn’t bad, but nowhere near their early 90s.

  3. Wonder how RBR’s final racing livery’s gonna look like.

    And McLaren, if they ever get down to designing a proper livery.

  4. Have the teams brought both cars to the tests? Or are both drivers using the same car?

    1. Probably the latter, with spare monocoques in case of huge crashes.

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