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Photos: AlphaTauri makes its on track debut

  • Published on 17 Feb 2020 10:08
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

AlphaTauri made its on track debut last week, following the launch of the AT01 on Friday. Take a look at images from the car at the Misano Circuit below.

Photos AlphaTauri AT01 Shakedown

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  • A bit of a boring trend that most cars on the grid have darker rear sections and brighter fronts. And the livery do seem a tad uninspired. It's fine though, kinda like an old Williams livery and better than HAAS', but I will miss that striking sapphire, silver and red livery..

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    • Feb 17 2020 - 17:01
    • Really? Evidence of how subjective the livery thing is... I actually really liked it. Everything from the livery to the team kit, all. I thought Williams was better, and as previously discussed, Haas was just dreadful.

      With the Alpha Tauri livery, I also think there is all sorts of potential to make it better, you can still bring a lot of color and texture to improve it.

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      • Feb 17 2020 - 21:35
    • It is! And that's part of why I think livery talks are fun. I feel the team kit is better, as you say, but I perferred the old car's colours. As you say, the new era and colours have potential, but I liked the old car better.

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      • Feb 17 2020 - 22:25
  • Dert38

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    i agree with you but from this point of view car looks cool as painting hides difference (and so ugliness) in between middle part's and rear wing's height. it reminds ...-2016 cars which looked coolest. front nose of that toro roso is to wide hovewer.

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    • Feb 18 2020 - 13:24

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