The Project 1 Racing Porsche with drivers Egidio Perfetti, Patrick Lindsey and Jörg Bergmeister is the ebb and flow GTE AM class focuses pioneer going into the last race of the FIA WEC 2018/2019 superseason.
To praise the potential title, the group contracted American craftsman Richard Phillips to structure a workmanship vehicle attire for the #56 vehicle to race at Le Mans, with help from prestigious uniform plan ace Andy Blackmore.
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“Art Cars have a long history in Le Mans and this stunning design continues the story”, group chief Axel Funke told dailysportscar.
“Our first season in the World Endurance Championship has been a unique one for us all and we’re even more amped up for introducing our fans and bands together with another feature for the most significant race of the year.”
“This is a great chance to display my art in a completely new way,,” the craftsman, Phillips remarked. “I decided to combine three works for this Le Mans design. That’s a new aspect and shows how everything in terms of car design can be transposed and put into practice. I’m very proud of the result and hope to provide fans with a lot of pleasure.”
For a considerable length of time someone have whined that race autos don’t go out on a limb on attires, and way too many of them use white, red, and black. It’s made race tracks much more exhausting than they ought to be.
This is an amazing utilization of shading and the space the vehicle gives to make something innovative and extraordinary and lively. Someone is an aficionado of this task, and expectation it spreads to more groups.
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