Constructors

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F1 Constructors,1966-85 By Constructor
Alfa Romeo
Amon
Arrows
ATS
Bellasi
Brabham
BRM
BRP
Chevron
Connew
Cooper
Cosworth
De Tomaso
Dywa
Eagle
Ensign
Ferrari
Fittipaldi
Hesketh
Hill
Honda
Kauhsen
Kojima
LDS
Lec
Ligier
Lola
Lotus
Lyncar
Maki
March
Martini
Matra
McLaren
Merzario
Osella
Parnell
Parnelli
Pearce
Penske
RAM
Rebaque
Serenissima
Shadow
Shannon
Surtees
Tecno
Theodore
Token
Trojan
Tyrrell
Williams
Wolf

Constructor Models, by Class
CanAm
---Autocoast
---Caldwell
---Chaparral
---Eagle
---Shadow

F5000
---Caldwell
---Eagle
---Eisert
---LeGrand
---McKee
---Shadow
---Vulcan

Formula One
---Eagle
---Penske
---Scarab
---Shadow
---VPJ

Indycar
---Chaparral
---Eagle
---Foyt/Coyote
---Lola
---Penske

GT/TSRC
---Chaparral
---Cunningham
---Ford GT 40
---Howmet
---Mirage
---Penske
---Scarab
---Shelby

This section details all the race car Constructors, by country:
"British race car constructors"
Alta Car and Engineering Company
Anderson Racing Karts
Arrows
Aston Butterworth
Aston Martin
Benetton Formula
Brabham
British American Racing
British Racing Motors
British Racing Partnership
Caterham Cars
Chevron Cars Ltd
Chiron World Sports Cars
Connaught Engineering
Connew
Cooper Car Company
Crosslé Car Company
Derrington-Francis
Elden Racing Cars
Elva (car manufacturer)
Embassy Hill
Embassy Racing
Emeryson
English Racing Automobiles
Ensign (racing team)
Ferguson Research Ltd.
Footwork Arrows
Frank Williams Racing Cars
Frazer Nash
Fry (racing team)
G-Force Technologies
Gilby
Group Racing Developments
GTM Cars
Hersham and Walton Motors
Hesketh Racing
Jaguar Racing
JBW
LLEC Refrigeration Racing
Leyton House Racing
Lister Cars
Lola Cars
Lyncar
March Engineering
MasterCard Lola
McLaren
Mirage (race car)
Motorsport Industry Association
Murtaya
Nimrod Racing Automobiles
Onyx Grand Prix
Pacific Racing
Pilbeam Racing Designs
Joe Potts
Protos (constructor)
Radical Sportscars
RAM Racing
Renault F1
Reynard Motorsport
Rondel Racing
Rotor Racing Cars
Safir Engineering
Scirocco-Powell
Shadow Racing Cars
Shannon (Formula One)
Simtek
Spirit Racing
Stewart Grand Prix
Surtees
Swift Cooper
Team Lotus
Thomson & Taylor
Tiga Race Cars
Token (racing team)
Toleman
Trojan (racing team)
TVR
Tyrrell Racing
Van Diemen
Vanwall
Virgin Racing
Westfield Sportscars
Williams F1
Zytek


Sponsorship History for all Constructors

Template:Formula One

Formula One sponsorship liveries have been used since the late 1960s, replacing the previously used national colours. With sponsors becoming more important with the rising costs in Formula One, many teams wanted to be able to display the logos of their sponsors as clearly as possible.

The liveries are usually changed for every season in the sport, marking the marketing ideas of the sponsors. Many teams keep some consistency over the years however, like the red colour of Ferrari, which has its origin in a shade of red known as rosso corsa being the national racing colour of Italy. Tobacco advertising was common in Formula 1, however as bans spread throughout the world teams used an alternate livery which alluded to the tobacco sponsor, or entirely eliminated their name when in nations with a ban - this is now only seen on Ferrari's Marlboro sponsored vehicles - where the sponsor is technically banned from advertising in all host nations. At historical events, cars are allowed to use the livery which was used when the car was actively competing.<ref>Appendix K to the International sporting code, section 2.1.10</ref>

Contents

AGS

Automobiles Gonfaronnaises Sportives (AGS) were founded in Gonfaron, France, in the late 1960s, but only entered Formula One in 1986.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1986 White none Jolly Club, El Charro
1987 Red, white El Charro Acto
1988 Black Orange Tennen Elf Aquitaine, Bouygues
1989 Black White Faure Camel, Goodyear, LM
1990 Black Ted Lapidus Goodyear
1991 Blue Red, Yellow Paolo Fiore Filling, mmta, Goodyear

Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo was a Formula One constructor between 1950 and 1951, and again between 1979 and 1985. In 1950-1951 and 1979 the team used the rosso corsa (racing red) national color of Italy. In 1980 they switched to a livery sponsorsored by Phillip Morris' Marlboro cigarette brand. In 1984 the Italian clothing brand Benetton took over Alfa Romeo's livery sponsorship, which they held until the withdrawal of Alfa Romeo from Formula One at the end of 1985.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
Template:F1-Template:F1 Red Rosso corsa
1979 Red White Rosso corsa Agip, Magneti Marelli
19801983 Red, White Marlboro Marlboro logo replaced with a barcode at certain races, due to tobacco sponsorship bans.
19841985 Green, Red Benetton Group

Andrea Moda

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1992 Black Yellow Andrea Moda, iGuzzini, Ellesse Industrie Regione Marche, teuco, Annabella, Urbis, Mase, Blue Box, Agip

Arrows

Starting in the 1970s and going for decades until ending in mid-2002, Arrows, that was known as Footwork for a few years in the 1990s, had quite distinctive liveries, like the unusual Ruffles sponsorship in Footwork, an all-black car in the 1998 season, and an orange car in its final years.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
19781981 Gold Black Warsteiner Goodyear
1982 Orange White Ragno Nordica, Beta Tools, Pirelli
1983 -1984 White Blue (1984), Red Valvoline, Nordica, Barclay (1984), Grand Prix International Magazine Champion, Goodyear
1983 Gold Red De Longhi, Barclay BMW, Champion, Goodyear
1986 Gold Red USF&G Camozzi, Goodyear
1987-1989 White Dark Red, Blue USF&G Camozzi
19901993 White Red Footwork Camozzi, BP (1993)
19941996 White Blue, Red Ruffles, SASOL, Unimat, Hype, Uliveto, Lee Cooper
1996 (first races) Blue, Red None Philips Car Systems, Power Horse, TWR Parmalat, Lycra, Castrol, Fondmental, Bauducco
1996 (later races) Red Blue, White Philips Car Systems, Power Horse, TWR Parmalat, Lycra, Castrol, Fondmental, Bellsouth
1997 Blue White Danka, Zepter Parmalat
1998 Black None Danka Parmalat
1999 Black Red, White, Orange Repsol T-Minus, PIAA, Zepter
20002002 Orange Black Orange Red Bull, Chello, Lost Boys

ATS

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1978 Yellow Black ATS Wheels Ford, Champion, Air Press, Shell, Goodyear
1979 Yellow Black, Red ATS Wheels, Arawak, Hotel Freeport Goodyear, Shell
1980 Yellow Black, Red ATS Wheels, Arawak, Hotel Freeport Shell, Buler Quartz, Goodyear
1981 Yellow White, Black ATS Wheels ABBA, Shell, Champion
1981 Yellow White, Black ATS Wheels Copec, Tecfin, Liqui Moly, Shell, Champion
1983 Yellow Black ATS Wheels Shell, Goodyear, Steinbock
1984 Yellow Black ATS Wheels Marilena, Steinbock, Shell, Pirelli

Benetton

Benetton Formula Ltd., commonly referred to simply as Benetton, was a Formula One constructor that participated from 1986 to 2001. The team was owned by the Benetton family who run a worldwide chain of clothing stores of the same name. In 2000 the team was purchased by Renault, but competed as Benetton for the 2001 season. In 2002 the team became Renault F1. From the 1992 to 1993, Camel sponsored the Benetton team, but, from the 1994 to 2001 the main sponsor was Mild Seven.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
19861991 Red, Green Blue, Yellow Benetton Group, Sisley (1986/1988) Riello, Frizerga, 7 Up, Autopolis, Mobil 1, Eurobags, BMW, Flying Tigers, Ford, Steinbock, Gillette (1989), European None
1992 Yellow Green Camel Mobil 1, Sanyo, "United Colors Of Benetton" (Benetton Group), Autopolis, Mobil 1, Ford "Camel" letters were covered with blue gaps
1993 Yellow Dark Green Camel Mobil 1, Sanyo, Technogym, Elf, Denim, "United Colors Of Benetton" (Benetton Group) "Camel" letters were covered with blue gaps
1994 Blue Green Mild Seven Ford, Mobil 1, Elf, Sanyo, "Benetton Sportsystem" (Benetton Group), Oracle, Polti "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Benetton"
1995 Blue Dark Blue Mild Seven Bitburger, Mobil 1, Elf, Renault, Oracle, Kickers "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Benetton" or "Moto Sport" and "Bitburger" was replaced with "Drive Alcoholfrei"
19962001 Blue White Mild Seven FedEx (1996–1999), Agip (1996–2000), Prince Sports (1996–1997), Kingfisher (1996), Mobil 1 (1996–1997), Akai (1997–1998), Supertec (1999–2000), Playlife (1999), D2 Mannesmann (1999–2000), Bridgestone (1999–2000), Marconi (2000–2001), Elf (2001), Renault (2001) Korean Air (1997–2001), "Benetton Sportsystem" (Benetton Group) (1996), Cesare Paciotti (1996), Hype Energy (1196-1997), Nordica (1996), Hitachi (1997–1998), Gillette (1997–1998) "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Benetton" (on team members clothing and rear wing's front side), "Renaultsport" on rear wing (rear side), "Fisico" on Fisichella's car (on engine body) and "Jenson" on Button's car (on engine body)

BMS Scuderia Italia

In its Dallara years, Scuderia Italia raced with a livery slightly similar to Ferrari (rosso corsa with white details and black wings), but prior to the absortion by Minardi in 1993, when raced with Lola cars, had a white livery with red and yellow flames.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
1988 Red Black, White Marlboro Viacom, Nikols None
1989 Red Black, White Marlboro, Lusfina, Fineco Agip, Nikols, Pirelli
1990 Red Black, White Marlboro, Lucchini, Fineco Agip, CartaSì, Pirelli, Brooksfield
1991 Red Black, White Marlboro, Lucchini, Fineco, Lusfina, Setrans Agip, Ghial, OGAF, powering
1992 Red Black, White, blue Marlboro, Lucchini, Fineco, Lusfina, Camozzi Agip, Ghidini, SPAL
1993 White Black, Red, Yellow, Blue Chesterfield, Lucchini, Bossini, Camozzi Agip, Fastar

BMW Sauber

After having been an engine supplier in the 1980s and again since 2000, BMW entered Formula One with a works team of its own in 2006 after buying the Swiss Formula One constructor Sauber. Although the cars had many sponsorship logos on them, the main pattern was based on the traditional BMW Motorsport team colours of white with light blue, dark blue and a little red (in an almost purple shade). White is also the original national racing colour of Germany, while white and blue are the colours of Bavaria and of BMW itself.

On November 27, 2009, BMW agreed to sell the team back to its original founder, Peter Sauber.<ref name="telegraph.co.uk">Formula One team BMW agree deal with Peter Sauber telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 3 February 2010.</ref> The 2010 Formula One season marked Sauber's return as an independent constructor.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2006, Template:F1,<ref>New BMW Sauber steps out in Spain formula1.com, 16 Jan 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1,<ref>New BMW Sauber 'a big step forward' formula1.com, 14 Jan 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> 2009<ref>BMW Sauber unveil the F1.09 in Valenciaformula1.com, 20 Jan 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> White Blue, red Petronas, Intel, T-Systems (2008) Syntium, Hansen LTD (2006–08), Go-gp.org (2009), FxPro (2009)

Brabham

Prior to Sponsorships, brabham raced with a turquoise car with a gold band running across the car, later the turquoise and gold changed to green and gold, the racing colours of Australia, from 1975-1976 Brabham received sponsorship from Italian vermouth brand Martini, in 1976 the car changed from white to red. Brabham changed from red to white and received sponsorship from the Italian company Parmalat until 1984. One year Later, they switched to Olivetti, an Italian computer factory until 1989. In 1989, Brabham signed with Bioptron, a brand of Zepter International until the team was bought by Middlebridge Group, a Japanese Team. Since then, it resulted sponsorship from many Japanese companies like Garage Italiya, an company that import Italian cars in Japan, Autobacs, Nippon Shinpan and Mitsukoshi. Prior the swansong of Brabham in 1992, the team raced with a Blue and Pink livery with the Japanese metal group Seikima-II between the sponsors.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Other (tobacco/alcohol censorship, etc.)
1962 Turquoise Gold Livery used until 1962 German Grand Prix
19621970 Green Yellow Used after 1962 German GP
1971 Green Yellow Goodyear None
1972 White Black YPF Goodyear None
1973 White Red, Green Ceramica Pagnossin Goodyear None
1974 White Black, Silver Champion, Goodyear None
1975 White Blue, Light Blue, Red Martini Alfa Romeo, Goodyear None
1976 Red Blue, Light Blue Martini Alfa Romeo, Goodyear None
19771978 Red Blue, Light Blue Parmalat Alfa Romeo, Goodyear None
1979 Red Blue, Black Parmalat Alfa Romeo, Goodyear None
19811982 White Blue, Parmalat Santal, Valvoline, Goodyear None
1983 White Blue Parmalat Fila, Michelin, Santal, Castrol
1984 White Blue Parmalat Pirelli, Santal/Pomì
1985 White Blue Olivetti Pirelli, Santal,
1986 White Blue Olivetti BMW, Pirelli
1986 White Blue Olivetti BMW, Pirelli
19871988 White Dark Blue Olivetti Ricard, Iceberg, Emporio Armani
1989 White Blue Bioptron Nippon Shinpan, Pirelli
1990 White Blue Yamaha, Garage Italiya(written as 伊太利屋), Calbee (written using katakana the 1990 Japanese Grand Prix) Nippon Shinpan, Pirelli, Euro Jersey Imports, Aoba (last two appears only in Japanese Grand Prix)
1991 (BT59Y chassis) Blue White, Red Pirelli, Carvico, Yamazen Mitsukoshi, Yamaha, Autobacs, AOBA
1991 (BT60Y chassis) White Blue Brabham Racing, Euro Jersey Imports, Yamazen Yamaha, BP, Kyosho, Mitsui, Autobacs, Madras
1992 Blue Pink, white Lease Plan, Yamazen, GalleyMatrix, Cricket&Co Goodyear, Yaesu, Seikima-II, DB Promotions, BP

Brawn GP

File:Barrichello Barcelona testing.jpg
Rubens Barrichello testing in Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, 2009

After Honda pulled out of F1 at the end of 2008, team boss Ross Brawn struggled to find a buyer to save the team, eventually buying it himself. A lack of sponsors resulted in the white livery, with flashes of bright yellow and black. Towards the end of the season, the team arranged one-race sponsor deals with a variety of major local companies, including Canon, Mapfre, Itaipava and Qtel.

Brawn GP dominated the early part of the 2009 season, with Jenson Button winning six of the first seven races. As other teams improved their cars Brawn struggled for pace, but still recorded several podiums during the rest of the year. Their strong start and consistent finish was enough to secure the Constructors World Championship at the first (and only) attempt, as well as the drivers title with Jenson Button. At the end of the season, the team was purchased by engine suppliers Mercedes-Benz, marking the return of the Silver Arrows after 55 years.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2009<ref>Gallery: Brawn GP 2009 formula1.com. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> White Black, Fluorescent Yellow Virgin Canon, MIG Investments, Henri Lloyd, Itaipava, Qtel

British American Racing

British American Racing competed in Formula One from 1999 to 2005. The name of the team was taken from British American Tobacco which provided the main sponsorship and was livery sponsor through two of its main cigarette brands. In their debut season, the team wished to have its two cars painted in different liveries (one 555, the other Lucky Strike), but this was forbidden by the rules. So the team decided on a unique two-sided design, with the blue 555 livery of the right side of the car, and the red and white Luckies livery on the left and a zipper design on the middle.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
1999 Blue, Red Black, White Lucky Strike, 555 Teleglobe, Honda, Reynard, Bridgestone 555 logo changed to three crescent moons (same as in Subaru Impreza with 555 sponsorship); Lucky Strike logo blocked out (side of car) and replaced by "Run Free" (other parts of the car)
2000Template:F1,<ref>BAR aiming for top three as 006 launches formula1.com, 1 Feb 2004. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> 2005 White Red, Black Lucky Strike (British American Tobacco) Honda, Intercond, Tiscali, 555,Sonax, Reynard, Teleglobe, bee-trade.com, Lucky Strike logo either blocked out (2000–2001), "Luckies" changed to "Lookies" (2000), "Lucky Strike" was replaced with "Look Alike" (2001), "Run Free" (2002), bar code and Formula One cars (2003–2004), "Don't Look", "Look Left" and "Look Right" and a barcode and Formula One cars (2004) or with "Racing Revolution" (2005)
20042005 (only Chinese GP) White Blue, Pale Gold, Black 555 (British American Tobacco) Honda, Intercond "Lucky Strike" was replaced with "555 World Racing"
20042005 (Anthony Davidson's car) Blue / white Yellow, white/ black, gold, white driver outline 555 (British American Tobacco)/Lucky Strike Honda, Intercond "Lucky Strike" was replaced with "555 World Racing"

British Racing Motors

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Other Informations (including non-tobacco race changes)
1951-59 Dark Metallic Gray-Green
1960-70 Black
1970–1971 White Gold, Black, Ochre Yardley
1972–1974 White Red Marlboro
1974 Pale Green Marlboro
1975 Blue, Red Stanley - BRM
1976-77 Pale Blue Rotary Watches

Coloni

File:Coloni FC188B 2008 Donington Park.jpg
1989 Coloni FC188B being demonstrated at Donington Park in 2009
Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1987 Yellow none Renzacci, Cast, Himnont White Sun, Q8, Bosby
1988 Yellow Himont Magnabosco,Lpr
1989 Yellow Blue, Green Himont, Magnabosco, Malizia Lpr, Bimo, La Cinq, Scaini, Cappello Used in one car
1989 White Sky Blue, Yellow, Black Himont, La Cinq, Malizia, Agip Lpr, Bimo, Pirelli, Magnabosco, Scaini
1990 (with Subaru power) White Red, Green Subaru, Agip, Capa Subaru Coloni racing livery
1990 (without Subaru power) Yellow Agip, Capa
1991 White Blue, Gray Galp

Ensign

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1973 Green None Rikky v.Opel
1974 Orange Theodore Racing
1975 White HB Alarm Systemen Goodyear, Champion, Ferodo
1976 Red White Valvoline Goodyear, Champion
1977 - 1978 Black none Tissot Castrol, Goodyear, Champion
1979 Red Green Theodore Racing
1980 White Blue, Red Unipart
1981 White Blue, Red None
1982 White Café de Colombia Arriba, Champion

EuroBrun

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1988 White, Yellow (with MSOS as sponsor) Black Tommasini/Msos Marlboro, OZ Wheels, Goodyear, Darwin
1989 White Red, Green, Black JSK Lista 1 car
1989 Orange Black Jägermeister Lista, OZ Wheels, Agip, Rafta Foitek's car
1990 Silver Black JSK, IS-ME-DIN LFIP, Rafta, mara, Bburago, LPR, Zucchini Used in 1 car

Ferrari

In keeping with their Italian roots, Ferrari has always kept a red colour in the tradition of rosso corsa, the national racing colour of Italy, except for two races in 1964 when Enzo Ferrari let his cars enter by NART in American blue and white colours to protest against Italian racing authorities. Over the years, rosso corsa has been combined with white parts and with various sponsorship schemes, but Ferrari has never fully let their cars be dominated by the sponsorship livery like many other teams have. This changed in the 1990s when Ferrari replaced their traditional rosso corsa colour with a "Marlboro red" which is noticeably lighter; this colour remains despite the ban on tobacco sponsorship.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
1950 - 1967 Red
1964 USGP and Mexico GP Blue
19681994 Red White or black, green (1970s) Shell (1968–1972), Agip (1973–1994), FIAT (1976–1994), Goodyear, Pioneer (1993–1994), Marlboro (1984–1994), Marlboro logo removed completely or replaced with white space (2000–2004), Marlboro logo changed to "bar code" (1994-1999/2005-2006), or text removed with keeping the chevron with the drivers' name (1993)
1995 Red Black Marlboro Agip, Pioneer, Fiat, Goodyear, Telecom Italia
1996 Red Black Marlboro, Shell Pioneer, Asprey, Goodyear, Fiat, Telecom Italia
1997 Red Marlboro, Shell Pioneer, Asprey, Goodyear, Fiat, GE, Magneti Marelli, Telecom Italia
1998 Red Marlboro, Shell Asprey, Goodyear, Fiat, GE, Magneti Marelli, Telecom Italia
19992001 Red Marlboro, Shell TIM, FedEx, Tic Tac, Bridgestone, Magneti Marelli, GE, Fiat
2002 Red White Marlboro Vodafone, Shell, Bridgestone, Fiat
2003, Template:F1,<ref>Ferrari unveil the F2004 in Maranello formula1.com, 26 Jan 2004. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1, 2006 Red White Marlboro Vodafone, Shell, Bridgestone, Fiat, Martini, AMD, Acer<ref>Acer Sponsor Scuderia Ferrari. shopacer.co.uk. Retrieved 27 January 2010.</ref>
2007,<ref>Ferrari reveal innovative F2007 formula1.com, 14 Jan 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1,<ref>Ferrari unveil the F2008 formula1.com, 6 Jan 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> 2009<ref>Ferrari first to debut as F60 is unveiledformula1.com, 12 Jan 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> Red Marlboro Shell, Bridgestone, Fiat, AMD, Acer, Alice Due to a total tobacco livery ban, from 2007 onwards only a "bar code" has been used instead of the Marlboro logo. As of the 2010 Spanish Grand Prix, even the "bar code" was removed on allegations of subliminal tobacco advertising.
2010<ref>Ferrari take wraps off 2010 car. formula1.com. Retrieved 29 January 2010.</ref> Red White and black Marlboro, Santander Shell, Bridgestone, Fiat, AMD, Acer, Etihad, Mubadala
2011<ref>Ferrari unveil the F150 in Maranello. formula1.com. Retrieved 28 January 2011.</ref> Red White Marlboro, Santander Shell, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, TATA, FIAT, acer, AMD

Fittipaldi

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
Template:F1 Silver Blue, Yellow, Green, Red Copersucar Goodyear
Template:F1 Silver Blue, White, Green, Red Copersucar Goodyear
Template:F1 Yellow Blue, White, Green, Red Copersucar Goodyear
Template:F1 - Template:F1 Yellow Rainbow Copersucar Goodyear
Template:F1 - Template:F1 Yellow, White Brown Skol Goodyear, Marlboro (1981)
Template:F1 - Template:F1 White Blue, Red Sal Cisne Brasilinvest, Petrobras

Fondmetal

File:1992 Andrea Chiesa Fondmetal.jpg
Andrea Chiesa racing for Fondmetal in the 1992 Monaco GP
Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1991 Black White, Red, Yellow Fondmetal Agip
1992 Black Red, White Fondmetal Lease-Plan, Agip, Foppapedretti, Sgommatutto


Force India

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
2008<ref>Force India debut the VJM01 in Barcelona formula1.com, 25 Feb 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> Burgundy White Kingfisher Airlines ICICI
2009<ref>New Force India debuts at start of Jerez test formula1.com, 1 Mar 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> White Green, Saffron Kingfisher Airlines ICICI, Medion, Reliance Industries, Royal Challenge, Whyte & Mackay
Template:F1<ref>Force India reveal VJM03 in online launch. formula1.com, 9 Feb 2010. Retrieved 9 February 2010.</ref> White Green, Orange Kingfisher Airlines, Whyte & Mackay Royal Challenge, Medion, Reebok, Bridgestone
2011<ref>Online launch for Force India's 2011 car.formula1.com, 8 Feb 2011. Retrieved 8 February 2011.</ref> White, Orange Green Fly Kingfisher, Whyte & Mackay Medion, Royal Challenge, Reebok, Pirelli, Vladivar Whyte & Mackay's logo was removed on clothing at Turkish GP and Whyte & Mackay logo also replaced with "One from a Billion Hunt" in that Grand Prix too.

Forti

File:Pedro Diniz Forti 1995 Britain (crop).jpg
Forti started in 1995 with a yellow Parmalat livery, this is Pedro Paulo Diniz driving for Forti at the 1995 British Grand Prix
Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
Template:F1-Template:F1 Yellow Blue Parmalat, Sadia, Arisco, Marlboro, Duracell, MasterCard, Kaiser, Unibanco, Gillette, Assistalia, Sokol
Template:F1 Yellow Blue, Red, Green Hudson, Forti, Roces, ITS, TAT Beta Tools, Marlboro, ACI, Lion, Kaiser
Template:F1 (after Shannon Racing's takeover) Green Red, White Sokol, Shannon, Roces Beta Tools, Marlboro, ACI, Lion, Kaiser, Fin First group


Haas Lola

File:FORCE THL1.jpg
Alan Jones driving his Force THL1
Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
1985 Red White, Blue Beatrice Shell, Goodyear, Champion
1986 Red White, Blue Team Haas Shell, Goodyear, Champion, Beatrice


Hesketh

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
1974–1975 White Red, Blue None None
1976 Blue White, An image of a woman holding a box of cigarette papers Penthouse Rizla+, Goodyear
1977–1978 Blue White, Yellow, An image of a woman holding a box of cigarette papers Penthouse Rizla+, Goodyear, British Air Ferries

Hispania Racing

Year Main colour Additional colours Livery sponsor Additional major sponsors Other information
2010<ref>Karun Chandhok to race for HRT.formula1.com, 4 Mar 2010. Retrieved 4 March 2010.</ref> Dark Grey Red, White Hispania Bridgestone, Embratel, Cosworth, Banco Cruzeiro do Sul
2011<ref>'HRT release first images of their 2011 car.formula1.com, 8 February 2010. Retrieved 8 February 2011.</ref> White Red, Grey TATA Pirelli Due to a lack of sponsorships, the team write various messages on the car, such as This could be you, This is a cool spot and Your logo here


Honda

Honda first raced in Formula One from 1964 to 1968. The cars were entered in an all-white livery with a red circle, duplicating the Japanese flag. The company won several races but left F1 at the end of the 1968 season, before returning as an engine supplier in the 1980s. After a decade away from the sport, Honda returned again as an engine supplier in 2001, before buying the British American Racing team and entering F1 as a constructor in 2006.

For the 2006 season, Honda continued with the BAT sponsorship with the Lucky Strike logo, but BAT pulled out for 2007. From 2007, the only logos on the car are the Honda badge, the Bridgestone logo, and the logo of Honda's environmental awareness program, Earth Dreams. For 2007, the livery itself was a picture of the Earth on a black background. For 2008, however, there are only pieces of the image of Earth on a mainly white background, as opposed to the whole of the Earth being on Honda's car.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
2006 White Red Lucky Strike (British American Tobacco) Intercond Lucky Strike logo changed to "Racing Revolution", "Look Left", "Look Right" and during the 2006 Brazilian Grand Prix "Last Blast" was on the rear wing.
2007<ref>Honda launch environmental livery formula1.com, 26 Feb 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Earth (picture) Black myearthdream.com (Honda) None None
2008<ref>Honda take step forward in final Jerez test formula1.com, 7 Mar 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> White Earth Earth Dreams (Honda) None None

Jaguar

Jaguar used green to reflect its British nationality, just like British teams in the first decades of Formula One all used British racing green.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-Alcohol Livery Changes
20002004<ref>Jaguar reveal evolutionary R5 in Barcelona formula1.com, 18 Jan 2004. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Green White HSBC Beck's, AT&T, HP, Du Pont Beck's was replaced by "BEST'S"

Jordan

Jordan Grand Prix competed in Formula One from Template:F1-Template:F1. In 1991-1995 it featured green, the colour of Ireland. During 1997-2005, they were known for their distinctive bright yellow livery.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
1991 Green Blue 7-Up FujiFilm, Visit Ireland, BP, Osama
19921993 Blue White, Red Sasol Barclay, Philips Car Stereo, Mitsui, Osama Barclay was replaced with driver's surname
1994 Blue Silver, White, Green, Aqua Green Sasol Arisco, Visit Ireland At the 1994 French GP, Visit Ireland was replaced with "Ireland 1 Italy 0", after Ireland's victory against Italy at the World Cup
1995 Aqua Green Red, White, Blue Peugeot Beta, Total,Kremlyovskaya Vodka, Ruffles None
1996 Gold (brighter yellow in opening races) None Benson & Hedges Total, Davene, Peugeot, Goodyear Benson & Hedges logo changed to special f1 and Jordan (on radiator)
1997-Template:F1,<ref>Heidfeld debuts Jordan EJ14 formula1.com, 3 Feb 2004. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> 2005 Yellow Black Benson & Hedges (1997–2004), DHL (2002), Sobranie (2005) Repsol (1998), Master Card, Deutsche Post (2002), CCTV (2004), Galp Energia (2005), Peugeot (1997), Honda (2000–2003), Mugen (1998–1999), Tata (2005) Benson & Hedges logo changed to "Bitten Hisses" (1997), "Buzzing Hornets" (1998 to 2000), "Bitten Heroes" (2001–2002), and "Be On Edge" (2003 to 2004), Sobranie logo changed to "Be On Edge" or removed completely (2005), "200" at the 2001 USA GP (only on Jean Alesi's car for his 200th F1 start), "Lazarus" in the first races of 2004


Larrousse

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non Alcohol changes(s)
Template:F1 Blue Red Elkron, Daniel Hechter, Seine Maritime BP
Template:F1 Blue Red, Yellow, Green Elkron, Camel, Adia BP, Rhone Poulenc, Seine Maritime
Template:F1 Blue Red, Yellow, Green Camel, Adia BP, Seine Maritime, Goodyear, Lamborghini, Haute Normandie
Template:F1 Blue Red, Green, Yellow Toshiba BP, Unisys, Adia, Towa, Goodyear, TDK, Espo, Ghidini, Viel & cie
Template:F1 Blue Red, green Toshiba BP, Unisys, Orangina, Central Park, Adia, Rizla+
Template:F1 Blue, Yellow Red, green Venturi BP, Unisys, Orangina, Central Park, Adia
Template:F1 Blue, Yellow Red, green Venturi BP, Unisys, Orangina, central park, Adia, Goodyear
Template:F1 Blue, Yellow Red, green Zanussi BP, Unisys, Goodyear, Chrysler, Rizla+
Template:F1 Red, White Black, Green Kronenburg, Zanussi Ford, Goodyear, Adidas, Elf Aquitaine, Rizla+, Eurosport
Template:F1 (non alcohol/tobacco races) Green Blue, Gold Tourtel, Zanussi, Speedy Ford, Goodyear, PACA, Adidas, Elf Aquitaine, Gauloises Blondes, Rizla+ In countries where advertise alcohol or tobacco is forbidden, Larrousse used the Tourtel livery

Life

File:1990 Life 190.jpg
The Life L190 being demonstrated at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2009
Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
Template:F1 Red Black Albini & Fontanot, Life - Pic Agip, Goodyear, Beta Tools, ICM, Champion, TDD, Nardi Borelli


Ligier

Ligier always raced with a Bleu de France or Blue Livery, with red, black or white parts

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
Template:F1-Template:F1 Blue White, red (1982, 1984) Gitanes Elf (1979–83, 1986–1990), Talbot (1980–1982), Michelin, Matra (1977–82), Café do Brasil (1983), LOTO (1984–1990), Ligier, Antar (1984–1985, 1989), Goodyear (1987–1990), Ricard (1986), Pirelli (1985–1986), Renault (1984–1990)
Template:F1-Template:F1 Blue, white(1993) White, blue (1993), black (1991, 1993), red (1992, 1994) Gitanes Blondes, Ligier, Zenith (1993), Les Pages Jaunes (1993), Loto (1992, 1994–1995) Elf Aquitaine Kickers, Mugen (1995), Goodyear, Giordana, Lamborghini (1991), Renault (1992–1994), Speedy (1995), Albatros (1995) Gitanes text was removed (1991–1993), Gitanes logo with a barcode over name (1994–1995), or "Gitanes" was replaced with "Ligier" and the Gitanes logo was replaced with a man with the French flag (1995)
Template:F1 (Japan GP and Australia GP) White Light Blue, Black Gitanes None This Livery designed by Hugo Pratt was used only by Martin Brundle
Template:F1 Blue White, yellow Gauloises, Ligier, Parmalat, Elf Aquitaine Kickers, Mugen (1995), Goodyear, Giordana, Arisco, Amik, Fontana Bulloneria, Cricket & co, GUAM, BBS, Brembo, NGK, Tom Walkinshaw Racing "Gauloises" was replaced with "Ligier"

Lotus (1958-1994)

Lotus was the first team to abandon the national colour system when the possibility to do so was created in Template:F1. Lotus also had one of the longest sponsorship cooperations in Formula One history, making the black and gold of its 1972–1986 John Player Special seasons one of the best known liveries to this day.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
Template:F1Template:F1 Green Yellow None
Template:F1Template:F1 Red and white Gold Gold Leaf (Imperial Tobacco)
Template:F1Template:F1 Black Gold John Player Special (Imperial Tobacco) Olympus (1978)
Template:F1 British racing green Red, white and blue Martini Tissot
Template:F1 Dark blue Red and white Essex Tissot
Template:F1Template:F1 Black Gold John Player Special (Imperial Tobacco) Essex, Tissot, Courage (1981); Olympus (1985); DeLonghi (1986) "John Player Special" and the "JPS" was replaced with Garlands logos
Template:F1 Yellow Blue Camel DeLonghi "Camel" was replaced with "Lotus"
Template:F1 Yellow Blue, Green Camel "Camel" was replaced with "Lotus"
Template:F1 Yellow Dark Blue Camel Epson "Camel" was replaced with "Lotus"
Template:F1 Yellow Blue, Light Green Camel "Camel" was replaced with "Lotus"
Template:F1Template:F1 Green White (1991); Yellow (1992) BP Hitachi, Tamiya, Tommy Hilfiger, Komatsu, Nichibutsu, Shionogi, Castrol
Template:F1Template:F1 Green, white and red Black and yellow Castrol Hitachi, Tamiya, Tommy Hilfiger, Miller, Loctite, Shionogi, Mobil 1, Pepe Jeans, Komatsu, Nichibutsu, Supermercados Gigante (on Pedro Lamy's Car, as it was his sponsor)

Lotus (2010-)

The new Lotus team made its début in 2010. It is formally from Malaysia but still has a livery dominated by British racing green, like the old Lotus team had for many years.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
Template:F1<ref>Lotus take the wraps off the T127. formula1.com, 12 Feb 2010. Retrieved 12 February 2010.</ref> British racing green Gold, White Tune Group 1Malaysia, Naza Group, Bridgestone, Proton, PACT, CNN<ref>CNN to sponsor Lotus F1 team. reuters.com, 2 Mar 2010. Retrieved 3 March 2010.</ref>
Template:F1<ref>Lotus: We’ll challenge the establishment this season. formula1.com, 31 Jan 2011. Retrieved 1 February 2011.</ref> British racing green Gold, White AirAsia 1Malaysia, Naza Group, Renault, EQ8, CNN, Dell, General Electric


MasterCard Lola

File:F1Lola1997.jpg
Vincenzo Sospiri attempting to qualify for the 1997 Australian Grand Prix

A extremely short lived team, the team folded after failing to qualify in the opening race.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
Template:F1 Blue, Red, White, Orange MasterCard, Pennzoil Lycra, Lola, Track & Field, Men's Health, Safra, Bridgestone


March

March was known for its Light blue and green livery between 1987 and 1991 when it raced as Leyton House Racing

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1970 Red (one car)/Blue STP (one car)/Ford, Menards
1971 Red STP, Girling, Smog
1972 Red STP Champion, Fina, Vick
1973 Red STP Champion, Fina, Vick, Shell
1974 Red
1975 Red Beta Tools Champion, Ferodo, Goodyear
1976 Red Blue, White Goodyear
1981 Black Guinness Mangels wheels, Rizla+
1982 White Blue, Red, Gold, Yellow Rothmans
1979 White Light Blue, Light Green, Red Rizla+ Fujifilm, Copec
1987 Light Blue Leyton House Cobra, March
1988 Light Blue Leyton House Diesel, Annic, Cobra, Diavia, Osama
1989 Light Blue Green, Black Leyton House BP, Annic, Osama, Diavia
1990 Light Blue Green, Black Leyton House, Carglass BP, Annic, Osama, Diavia
1991 Light Blue Green, Black Leyton House, Autoglass BP, Annic, Osama, Diavia
1992 Light Blue Green, White, Black, Blue Uliveto, BFI, Rizla+, Blaupunkt, Autoglass BP, Rial, Bon Appetit, Sportrack

McLaren

McLaren had one of the longest sponsorship deals in F1 history with Marlboro, whose red-and-white pattern appeared on the team's cars for 23 straight years.<ref>White and Red - All Over? grandprix.com. Retrieved 8 February 2010.</ref>

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
Template:F1Template:F1 White Black and red Yardley
Template:F1Template:F1 Red and white Marlboro (Altria Group) TAG Group, Saima Avandero (1984–1986), Tencel (1995), Kmart (1989–1993), Courtalds Marlboro logo was replaced with barcode (1984–1985, 1987–1992) or with McLaren (1986, 1991–1993). At the 1986 Portuguese Grand Prix, Keke Rosberg's car was painted yellow and white rather than red and white, to advertise Marlboro Lights.
Template:F1 (some races) White Blue, Gold Lowenmbrau Marlboro, Texaco, Goodyear, Champion
Template:F1Template:F1 Silver Black West (Imperial Tobacco) Mercedes-Benz, Mobil, Siemens "West" replaced with West logo (1997–1999), with driver's first names and "Team" (on team members clothing) (1999–2004) or driver's full name and "Team McLaren" (on team members clothing) (2005).
Template:F1 Silver Red Emirates Airline Mercedes-Benz, Mobil, Johnnie Walker (Diageo plc) Johnnie Walker logo was either removed or replaced by "Keep Walking"
Template:F1,<ref>Wraps come off the new McLaren formula1.com, 15 Jan 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1,<ref>McLaren launch the MP4-23 in Stuttgart formula1.com, 7 Jan 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1<ref>The McLaren MP4-24 breaks coverformula1.com, 16 Jan 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> Silver Red Vodafone Mercedes-Benz, Mobil, Johnnie Walker (Diageo plc), Aigo, Santander
Template:F1<ref>McLaren reveal the MP4-25. formula1.com. Retrieved 29 January 2010.</ref> Silver Red Vodafone Mercedes-Benz, Mobil, Johnnie Walker, Aigo, Xtb
Template:F1<ref>People power - McLaren reveal MP4-26 with Berlin’s help. formula1.com. Retrieved 4 February 2011.</ref> Silver Red Vodafone Mercedes-Benz, Mobil 1, Hugo Boss, Aigo, Johnnie Walker, AkzoNobel

Mercedes Benz

Mercedes Benz GP first competed in Formula One during the Template:F1 and Template:F1 seasons. This was in the time before sponsorship liveries and the team was using an all silver livery, the national racing color of Germany. Since then Mercedes-Benz was absent from Formula One, returning in Template:F1 as an engine supplier. From 2010, Mercedes-Benz once again enters a works team.

Mercedes Benz will compete in Formula One from Template:F1 after having purchased the Brawn GP team on November 16, 2009. On December 21, 2009 it signed a €30 million per season contract with Petronas as title sponsor.<ref>Mercedes lands €30 million Petronas sponsorship. jamesallenonf1.com. Retrieved 29 January 2010.</ref> On January 25, 2010 Mercedes GP unveiled the car livery for the 2010 season.<ref>Mercedes reveals 2010 livery. f1.gpupdate.net/en/. Retrieved 27 January 2010.</ref> The blueish green livery color of Petronas is just present as fine lines at the side of the car, which overall is mainly painted in silver like the old time Mercedes race cars of the 1930s and 1950s.

Year Main colour Additional colours Main sponsor Additional major sponsors
Template:F1<ref>Mercedes unveil 2010 livery in Stuttgart.formula1.com. Retrieved 29 January 2010.</ref> Silver Black, Green Petronas Bridgestone, Aabar Investments, MIG, Henri Lloyd, Graham, Autonomy
Template:F1<ref>Confident Mercedes set ambitious targets for MGP W02.formula1.com. Retrieved 1 February 2011.</ref> Silver Green Petronas, Mercedes Aabar, Autonomy, Deutsche Post, MIG Bank, Graham London, Monster Energy, Pirelli

Midland

Midland F1 competed for only one year, 2006. They took over Jordan in 2005, but Midland sold it in late 2006 to Spyker. They were the first, and so far only, F1 team to compete with a Russian license. (After Spyker's takeover in mid-2006, the team changed its livery to orange and name to Spyker MF1 Racing. In 2007, the team competed as Spyker F1.)

Year Main colour Additional colours Livery sponsor Additional major sponsors
2006 Grey White, Red Midland Rhino's, Mingya
2006 (after Spyker takeover) Orange Silver Spyker, Rhino's Mingya

Minardi

As the longest lasting Formula 1 backrunners, Minardi had an enormous variety of sponsors during its 21 seasons, but still managed to have a predominantly black painted car most of the time.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
Template:F1 Yellow Black Simod Sportshoes, Gilmar Resta, Pirelli, Brembo, Koni
Template:F1 Yellow Black Simod Sportshoes, Gilmar Resta, Agip, Pirelli, Magneti Marelli
Template:F1 Yellow Black Simod Sportshoes, Minardi Reporter, Intercosmo, Lois, Resta
Template:F1 Black, Yellow White Cimaron, Lois Gilmar, Resta, Simair, Goodyear, Koni, Atlantic, Sanyo, Camel
Template:F1 Black, Yellow Simod Sportshoes, Campogallano Ceramese Mokador, Cavallo, Atlantic, Pirelli, Marri, Resta, IBF Formularios
Template:F1 White, Yellow Black Scm Group, Sime, Lois Mokador, Malizia, Agip, Pirelli, Resta, Roltra
Template:F1-Template:F1 Black, Yellow White minardi, Campogallano Ceramese Mercatone Uno, Scm Group, Lamborghini, Chrysler, Agip, Sasiem, Resta, IBF Formularios
Template:F1 White, Black Yellow Beta, minardi, Valleverde Mercatone Uno, COCIF, Agip, Roerig, Magneti Marelli, Goodyear, Malaguti
Template:F1 Sky Blue, White, Blue Orange, Black, Yellow Lucchini, Beta, Fondmetal, Valleverde, Ford, Service Grandiola, Omersub, Central Park Agip, COCIF, RBM, Magneti Marelli, Resta, Bee, Malaguti, Mercatone Uno
Template:F1-Template:F1 Black, Fluorescent Yellow(1996), Fluorescent Green(1995) White Doimo, Valleverde, BRUMS, Catamaran Watches, Ford, Clearly Canadian, Marlboro (1995) Bossini, Beta, Goodyear, RBM, Fondmetal, Império, Galletti-Boston, Magneti Marelli, Mercatone Uno, RBM, Kanagawa Clinic, Lusfina Marlboro changed to bar code (1995)
Template:F1 Black, Blue White, Yellow Mild Seven, Roces Doimo, Fondmetal, Magneti Marelli, COCIF, Beta, Valleverde Mild Seven changed to Mild Seven logo
Template:F1 Blue White Fondmetal, Roces, Avex Group Doimo, Ventura, Telecom, Bossini
1999 Silver, Blue None Telefónica, Roces, Fondmetal, Quilmes, Magneti Marelli
2000 Yellow Blue Telefónica PSN, Doimo, COCIF, Fondmetal, PDP
2001 Black White European Aviation Magnum, Lease Plan, Gericom, PDP, LG
2002 Black None Go KL (Kuala Lumpur), European Aviation, Magnum Asiatech, Magneti Marelli
20032004 Black White Trust (2003), Wilux (2004), muermans (2004) OzJet (2004), Gazprom (2003)
2005 Black White OzJet co2neutraal.tv, Lost Boys

Modena

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
1991 Blue Black Victors, Grana Padano, Lease Plan, Central Park Agip, Goodyear, Radar, Lamborghini Non-tobacco livery changes

Onyx

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-Alcohol livery changes(s)
1989 Blue White, Pink Moneytron Marlboro, P'tit Lou, Autokrant, CAPA, Goodyear "Marlboro" was replaced with barcode, the Chevron logo is retained
1990 Blue White, Green/Pink Monteverdi Automuseum Marlboro, Goodyear "Marlboro" was replaced with barcode, the Chevron logo is retained

Osella

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-Alcohol livery changes(s)
1980 White Blue MS Denim, Goodyear
1981 White Blue, Red Denim Goodyear, Alpilatte, Caref
1982 White Blue, Light Blue Denim Pirelli, Saima Avandero, Pioneer
1983 Blue White Kelemata Carvico, Sanpi, Alfa Romeo, Vaccari
1984 Blue Red, Black Kelemata Carvico, Pirelli, Champion, Milde Sorte, Brembo, Ferodo, Sol, Victor, Emco
1985 Blue White, Black Kelemata Agip, Micromax, Victor, Magneti Marelli, Pirelli
1986 Blue White, Black, Yellow Landis & Gyr, Mase Generators, Orizzonte Piemonte, René Lezard Financial Trust Co., Pirelli, Master Sport, Bocchini, Agip, Carvico, Edmondo Costruzioni
1987 Black Yellow Stievani (an electrodomestic emporium from Turin), Rosa dei Mobili (a furniture emporium from Turin) Arpo, North Pole, Fondmental
1988 Black Yellow, White Stievani, Rosa Arpo, North Pole, Fondmental
1989 White Red, Black Fondmental Rosa, Sirena, Magneti Marelli, Tardito
1990 Black Orange, Red Fondmental Sirena, Arpo, SPAL, Tardito, Rosa

Pacific

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-Alcohol livery changes(s)
1994 Silver Blue, Pink Igol Lubrifiants, Pacific Grand Prix, Ursus Elf Aquitaine, systran, Goodyear Ursus logo was removed
1995 Blue Light Blue, Dark Green, Yellow, Black Ursus, Synthèse Universelle, Franck Muller Elf Aquitaine, ITS Ceramiche, RDA management consultants, Air Sicilia, Interflora, Igol Lubrifiants, Ford, brummel,Catamaran Watches, Marie Formigari, Ito En Seleb, Quest, Euromik, Godard Ursus logo was removed

Prost

Prost competed in Formula One for five seasons, all the time with basically the same livery even if the sponsors changed.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
19972000 Blue Black Gauloises, PlayStation 2, Yahoo (2000), AGFA Société Bic, Alcatel, Peugeot Gauloises changed to "bar code" or to Alcatel at the 1998 French GP
2001 Blue Red Prost Grand Prix, PSN, Acer Dark Dog, Parmalat, Adecco, Sodexho (1999–2000)

RAM

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
19761983 See Brabham / March
1984 White Green Skoal Bandit Rizla+, Sitev, Contesse Barry, Newsweek
1985 White Green Skoal Bandit Rizla+, Sitev, Conte of Florence, Newsweek, Rizla+, Pirelli

Rebaque

Rebaque is the first and only Mexican team in F1 to date. Named after its driver Hector Rebaque, it always raced with a brown and gold livery.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1978 Brown Gold None None
1979 Brown Gold Carta Blanca, Marlboro None

Red Bull Racing

File:Mark Webber 2007 USA.jpg
Mark Webber driving the Red Bull RB3 at the 2007 USGP.

Red Bull's involvement in Formula One dates back to Template:F1, when it first sponsored the Sauber team. The deal with Sauber lasted until the end of the Template:F1 season.

Jaguar Racing was renamed Red Bull Racing after the former was bought from Ford on 15 November 2004 by the energy drink company.<ref name="Jaguarsold">{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=news }}</ref> Since its first season the car livery has not changed much, always keeping Red Bull as the main sponsor.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2005-Template:F1,<ref>New Red Bull breaks cover in Barcelona formula1.com, 26 Jan 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1,<ref>Red Bull debut the RB4 at Jerez formula1.com, 16 Jan 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1<ref>Red Bull reveal the RB5 at Jerez formula1.com, 9 Feb 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> Blue Red, Yellow, Silver (2005–2006) Red Bull Red Bull Hangar-7 (2005–2006, 2009), Metro International (2007), Wings For Life (2008), 7-Eleven (2009)
Template:F1<ref>Red Bull roll out the RB6 at Jerez. formula1.com, 10 Feb 2010. Retrieved 10 February 2010.</ref> Dark Blue Red, Yellow Red Bull, Renault Total, Pepe Jeans, Rauch, Mobile, Singha, LG
Template:F1<ref>New Red Bull revealed as 2011 testing commences. formula1.com, 1 Feb 2010. Retrieved 1 February 2010.</ref> Dark Blue Red, Yellow Red Bull, Infiniti, Total, Rauch, Pepe Jeans, FXDD, CASIO, Singha, Pirelli, Geox


Renault

Renault entered Formula One in 1977 and withdrew as a team after the 1985 season. Renault returned to Formula One in 2002 by buying the Benetton team. Renault had a contract with Mild Seven from 2002 to 2006, and had a title contract with ING Group from 2007 to Italian Grand Prix 2009 when ING withdrew all association with Renault.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco and other livery changes
19771985 Yellow Black, White Elf Aquitaine, Renault
2002-Template:F1,<ref>Renault officially unveil R24 in Sicily formula1.com, 29 Jan 2004. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1, 2006 Blue Yellow Mild Seven Chronotech, Elf Aquitaine, Telefónica (2004–2006), Hanjin Shipping (2002–2006) "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Blue World" or "RenaultSport" (2002), Mild Seven logo was replaced with "Blue World" or replaced with sky blue space (2003), Mild Seven was replaced with drivers full name, Mild Seven logo was replaced number cars, "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Team Spirit" (on team members clothing) (2004), Mild Seven changed to "Team Spirit" or concept art (2005 to 2006)
2007<ref>Striking new Renault revealed formula1.com, 24 Jan 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Yellow White, Orange ING Group Hanjin Shipping, Chronotech
2008<ref>Alonso debuts the Renault R28 in Spain formula1.com, 21 Jan 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> Yellow White, Orange ING Group Chronotech, Mutua Madrileña, Pepe Jeans
2009<ref>Piquet completes Renault R29's maiden testformula1.com, 19 Jan 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> Yellow White, Orange, Red ING Group (until Italian GP<ref name=ing_blow>Renault suffer twin sponsor blow. bbc.co.uk, 24 Sep 2009. Retrieved 26 March 2010.</ref>), Renault (from Singapore GP) Total, Mutua Madrileña (until Italian GP<ref name=ing_blow />), Pepe Jeans, TW Steel (from Abu Dhabi GP) "ING" changed to "Renault" once ING withdrew support following the Italian GP<ref name=ing_blow />
2010<ref>Gallery: Renault R30 launch, Valencia, Spain, 31 January 2010 formula1.com. Retrieved 31 January 2010.</ref> Yellow, Black Red Renault Total, TW Steel, Elf, Bridgestone, HP,<ref name=renault_hp_movit>HP and Mov'It join Renault F1 recovery sportspromedia.com, 12 March 2010. Retrieved 13 March 2010.</ref><ref name=bahrain_fri_2010>Gallery: Bahrain Grand Prix - Friday at Sakhir. formula1.com. Retrieved 12 March 2010.</ref> Mov'It,<ref name=renault_hp_movit /><ref name=bahrain_fri_2010 /> Lada,<ref name=bahrain_fri_2010 /><ref>Renault's F1 Team agrees sponsorship deal with Lada. bbc.co.uk, 4 Mar 2010. Retrieved 8 March 2010.</ref> DIAC,<ref>Renault F1 Team announces branding from RCI Banque. renaultf1.com, 24 Mar 2010. Retrieved 26 March 2010.</ref> Bank Snoras, Vyborg Shipyards, Flagman Vodka
2011<ref>Gallery: Renault R31 launch, Valencia, Spain, 31 January 2010 formula1.com. Retrieved 31 January 2010.</ref> Black Gold, Red Renault, Lotus Total, Genii, Lada, Japan Rags, Trina Solar, Sibur, TW Steel, Suncore Corporation, Flagman, Rover Coal, Helvetica, Elf, Magneti Marelli, Symantec, Elysium, NetApp, Pirelli,

Rial

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1988 Blue Black, White Rial, Bobson Jeans Marlboro, Wheels, STP, Alpine, Tamoil
1989 Blue Black, White Rial Marlboro, STP, Behr, Einbach, Goodyear

Sauber

Sauber was a Swiss Formula One constructor that joined the Formula One grid in 1993. At the end of the 2005 season it was bought by BMW and from 2006 to 2009 it raced as BMW Sauber F1 Team. On November 27, 2009, BMW agreed to sell the team back to its original founder, Peter Sauber.<ref name="telegraph.co.uk"/> The 2010 Formula One season marked Sauber's return as an independent constructor.

Year Main colour Additional colours Livery sponsor Additional major sponsors Other Changes
1993 Black White Liqui Moly, Mercedes-Benz, Elf, Lightouse, Broker Goodyear
1994 Black White, Red Tissot, Broker Mercedes-Benz, Harvard, Sonax, Castrol In the last GP of the season there was written on the sidepods of de Cesaris' car "Grande Andrea""(Great, Andrea!), "200 Gran Premi" (200 Grand Prixes) and "In Bocca al Lupo!" (Good Luck) and the car was decorated with pink and yellow stripes of the car
1995 Navy Blue Yellow, Red Red Bull Ford, Petronas, Goodyear
1996 Blue Turquoise, Red, Yellow Red Bull Ford, Petronas, Goodyear
1997 - 1998 Blue Turquoise, Red, Yellow Red Bull, Petronas Goodyear,
1999 - 2002 Blue Turquoise, Red, Yellow Red Bull, Petronas,Parmalat Bridgestone
2003 - 2004<ref>Sauber unveil the C23 in Salzburg formula1.com, 13 Jan 2004. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Blue Turquoise, Red, Yellow, White Red Bull, Petronas Bridgestone, Credit Suisse, Emil Frey
2005 Blue Turquoise, Yellow, White Petronas Michelin, Credit Suisse, MTC GSM
2006–2009 see BMW Sauber
2010<ref>BMW Sauber C29 unveiled in Valencia formula1.com. Retrieved 1 February 2010. Template:WebCite</ref> White, Black Red Club One Certina,<ref>Sauber extends partnership with Certina f1.gpupdate.net/en/. Retrieved 27 January 2010.</ref> Bridgestone, Scalp-D, Burger King, Emil Frey, Mad Croc Energy
2011<ref>Kobayashi and Perez unveil the Sauber C30 formula1.com. Retrieved 31 January 2010.</ref> White, Black Red Claro Telmex, Disensa, Telcel, NEC, Cuervo Tequila, Interproteccion, AsiaJet, Certina, Emil Frey, Mad Croc, Nabholz, Pirelli In Turkish GP, Tequila logo had replaced with Cholula Hot Sauce, the company that licensed with Tequila due to new non-tobacco law.

Shadow

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1973 White Red Embassy Esso, Goodyear, Ferodo
1974 Black Universal Oil Products Goodyear
1975 Black Red, Orange Universal Oil Products Goodyear, Champion
1976 Black Red, White Lucky Strike Goodyear appeared in 1 Car
1976 Black Red, Blue Tabatip Goodyear
1977 White Red, Blue, Light Blue Tabatip, Villiger-Kiel Goodyear
1978–1979 White, Blue (Lammers) Red / Burning Lion (Lammers) Villiger, Villiger-Kiel, Samson (Lammers) Goodyear
1980 Black Yellow, Orange, Red Villiger, Samson Goodyear

Simtek

File:Ratzenberger.jpg
Roland Ratzenberger's Simtek at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix
Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1994–1995 Purple Red MTV Europe, Barbara Behlau (after Ratzenberger's death) Russell Athletic, Ford, Würth, Goodyear, Vernilux, Korean Air After Ratzenberger's death, on the airbox an Austrian flag with "For Roland" text was displayed.


Spyker

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Sakon Yamamoto driving the Spyker F8-VII at Monza 2007.

Spyker took part in only one season of Formula One. The main colour of the car did not directly reflect the sponsorships but was the orange racing colour of the Netherlands.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2007<ref>Revised race livery for Spyker formula1.com, 7 Mar 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Orange Black Etihad, Aldar Abu Dhabi Superfund Group, Medion


Stewart

Stewart lasted for only 3 years before being bought out by its engine supplier, Ford, and being rebranded as Jaguar, but managed to win a race in its final season, 1999. Stewart had a tartan decoration on its cars to signify its Scottish nationality.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1997 to 1999 White Blue and Yellow-Green tartan Ford, HSBC (1999) Texaco, Lear, Visit Malaysia


Super Aguri

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Anthony Davidson driving the Super Aguri SA07, based on the Honda RA106, at the 2007 Malaysian GP.

Super Aguri was set up before the 2006 season by Aguri Suzuki, with the help of Honda Racing, to provide a drive for former Honda driver Takuma Sato. For the 2006 season's SA05 and SA06, their car was based on the 2002 Arrows A23, after which, for the 2007 and 2008 seasons, they ran cars based on the previous year's Honda chassis.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2006 White Red None Samantha Kingz, Honda
2007<ref>Super Aguri finally unveil SA07 formula1.com, 14 Mar 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref><ref>Super Aguri Gallery 2007 formula1.com. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> Red White S.S. United, then Four Leaf Samantha Kingz, Honda
2008<ref>Super Aguri Gallery 2008 formula1.com. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> Red White, Black Samantha Kingz Honda


Surtees

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1970 Red White None Ferodo
1971 Red or Blue White Broke Bond Oxo None
1972 Yellow Light Blue Matchbox Ford, Firestone
1973 Blue Yellow, Green Brazil Export Firestone, Fina
1974 White Red Hi-Fi Bang & Olusen Matchbox, Fina, Firestone
1975 Yellow Blue, Red Matchbox Fina, Goodyear
1976 White Gold, Black Durex Fina, Goodyear
1977 White Orange, Black Beta Tools Fina
198 Red None Beta Tools Fina, Goodyear

Tecno

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
Template:F1-Template:F1 Red Blue Martini Castrol, Firestone

Toleman

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
Template:F1 Blue Red, White, Green Candy, Saima Avandero Magirus, Sergio Tacchini
Template:F1 Blue White, Red Cougar Pirelli
Template:F1 Blue Red, White, Green Candy Magirus, Sergio Tacchini
Template:F1 White Red, Blue Segafredo, Candy Magirus, Sergio Tacchini
Template:F1 White, Blue Country Flags, United Colors of Benneton Agip


Toro Rosso

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Sebastian Vettel driving the Toro Rosso STR2 at the 2007 Italian GP.

Toro Rosso is the sister team of Red Bull Racing. Since it originated from the buyout of Minardi, its name means Red Bull in Italian.<ref>Red Bull swoop for Minardi deal. bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 3 February 2010.</ref> The team has the same name and sponsors as its parent team, with the major difference being the presence of a scarlet "charging bull" painted over the engine cowling.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2006, Template:F1,<ref>Liuzzi debuts Toro Rosso STR2 in Spain formula1.com, 14 Feb 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1, Template:F1<ref>Toro Rosso reveal STR4 at start of Barcelona test formula1.com, 9 Mar 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> Dark Blue Red, Gold Red Bull Bridgestone, Cosworth (2006), Magneti Marelli (2008–2009)
Template:F1<ref>Gallery: Toro Rosso STR5. formula1.com. Retrieved 1 February 2010.</ref> Dark Blue Red, Gold Red Bull Red Bull Mobile, Speed Week, Money Service Group
Template:F1<ref>Gallery: Toro Rosso STR6. formula1.com. Retrieved 1 February 2011.</ref> Dark Blue Red, Gold Red Bull Red Bull Mobile, Money Service Group, Red Bulletin, Speed Week, Siemens, Pirelli

Toyota

When car manufacturers started to concentrate in their own F1 teams at the start of the decade, Toyota was one of them. As main rival Honda did, they always painted their cars with the same white/red color scheme, instead of any sponsor colors.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2001 Red White Panasonic Esso
2002-Template:F1,<ref>Toyota unveil TF104 at Cologne base formula1.com, 17 Jan 2004. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1, Template:F1, Template:F1,<ref>Toyota kick off 2007 launches formula1.com, 12 Jan 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Template:F1,<ref>New Toyota launched in Germany formula1.com 10 Jan 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> 2009<ref>Toyota targeting wins with new TF109formula1.com, 15 Jan 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> White Red Panasonic Denso, Esso, KDDI

Theodore Racing

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1977 White Red Theodore Racing Elf Aquitaine, Goodyear
1978 White Red Kecn Kemden & Blusen Theodore Racing, Air Press, Hi-iinc
1981 White Red Euro Hi-Fi Video/ Cognac Courvoisier/ Hi-Iinc / Rombo Theodore Racing,
1982 White Red Allwave, Interstate Auto Design Theodore Racing, Hawa Air Antwerpen, Lindemann, Valvoline
1983 Navy Blue White Segafredo, Sanyo Pikenz, Conte of Florence, Champion, Valvoline

Tyrrell

Tyrrell Racing competed in Formula One from Template:F1-Template:F1. Its traditional colour was blue and white, or a combination as such, for most of the 1970s and 1980s. The cars were more white during the mid to late 1990s.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
19701976 Blue Elf
19771978 Blue and white Elf First National City Bank
Template:F1-Template:F1 Blue and white Red Candy
Template:F1 Blue and white
Template:F1 Blue and white Red Candy
Template:F1 Green Benetton
Template:F1 Blue / Black DeLonghi (1 car)
Template:F1 Blue
Template:F1-Template:F1 Black and white Courtald Data General
Template:F1 Black
Template:F1 Blue and yellow Parcel Express Camel
Template:F1 Blue and white Epson Calbee, Nippon Shinpan
Template:F1-Template:F1 Black and white Braun Calbee, Nippon Shinpan, Shell, Essilor, Courtalds
Template:F1-Template:F1 Blue and white Cabin, Calbee, Yamaha
Template:F1 White Blue Mild Seven Yamaha, Calbee, Autodesk, Club Angle
Template:F1 Blue and white Nokia Club Angle, Yamaha, Korean Air, Fondmetal, Mild Seven
Template:F1-Template:F1 White Blue (1996), PIAA (1997), Morse, Yamaha (1996), Korean Air (1996), Fondmetal (1996) Mild Seven (1996), Barbara Behlau (1997), Real Love (1997), ICL (1997), Xena: Warrior Princess (1997 British GP)
Template:F1 Black and white Grey PIAA,Morse, Safra, Brother, Lycra, European Aviation, Sun Microsystems, Ford, Goodyear

Virgin

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Timo Glock testing the Virgin VR-01 during pre-season testing in Jerez, February 2010

The Virgin Group's involvement with Formula One started in Template:F1 when they decided to sponsor Brawn GP for that season.<ref>Virgin to sponsor Brawn F1 team.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 4 February 2010.</ref> On 30 November 2009 it was reported that the Manor GP, one of the four newcomers teams for the Template:F1 season, would be rebranded as Virgin Racing.<ref>Manor GP set to be rebranded as Virgin Racing. bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 4 February 2010.</ref>

Year Main colour Additional colours Livery sponsor Additional major sponsors
2010<ref>Virgin Racing reveal details of the VR-01 formula1.com. Retrieved 3 February 2010.</ref> Black, Red White Virgin Group FxPro, Marussia, Bridgestone, Clear, Carbon Green, UST Global, Full Tilt Poker.Com
2011<ref>Virgin present the MVR-02 in London formula1.com. Retrieved 7 February 2011.</ref> Black, Red White Virgin Marussia, QNET, Quantel, UST Global, CSC, Quick, LDC, Kappa, Armin, Pirelli


Williams

Williams, as a major constructor, is rare in modern F1 in that they have no manufacturer backing. Over the years, their supply of engines and other major components has often changed, meaning that their livery is renewed more often than most of their rivals. Sponsors of Williams can often have the livery dramatically changed, which has helped to keep Williams competitively financed since 1978, when Williams first entered as a constructor.<ref>Photography archive.williamsf1.com. Retrieved 3 February 2010.</ref>

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
19781979 White Green and Black Saudia, TAG Denim
19801983 White Black Saudia Denim, Leyland (1981), TAG (1982–1983)
1984 White Yellow Denim ICI
19851989 Yellow and White Blue Canon ICI
1990 Blue and Yellow White Canon Elf
19911993 Yellow and White Blue Camel Canon, Elf, Labatt's (1991–1992), Sega (1993) Camel was replaced by Camel logo
19941997 Blue White Rothmans Elf, Renault, Segafredo (1994–1995), Sanyo (1995–1997), Sonax (1996–1997), Divella "Rothmans" was replaced with "Williams", "Racing", "bar code", "?" (1997 French Grand Prix) or "Ro?"
1998 Red White Winfield Sonax, Veltins, Woody Woodpecker "Winfield" was replaced with "WilliamsF1" and the Winfield logo was replaced with an orange diamond with a black kangaroo or a black boomerang on it.
1999 Red and White Blue Winfield Castrol, Brother, Veltins, Woody Woodpecker
2000-Template:F1,<ref>Williams unveil radical looking FW26 formula1.com, 5 Jan 2004. Retrieved 29 March 20010.</ref> 2005 Blue and White Compaq (2000–02), HP (2003–05) Castrol (2000), Allianz (2001–05), Budweiser (2003–06), BMW, FedEx, RBS (2005-) In races in Germany, because of trademark issues, "Anheuser-Busch" was placed below "Bud". For non-alcohol races, Sea World Adventure Parks (from Anheuser-Busch's Busch Entertainment theme parks) replaced Budweiser.
2006 Deep Blue White Allianz RBS, FedEx, Tata, Mobilecast
2007<ref>Williams look to future with FW29 formula1.com, 2 Feb 2007. Retrieved 29 March 2010.</ref> Blue White AT&T, Lenovo RBS, Allianz, Petrobras, Hamleys
2008<ref>Williams unveil 2008 race livery formula1.com, 3 Mar 2008. Retrieved 28 March 2010.</ref> Dark Blue White AT&T, RBS, Hamleys Philips, Lenovo, Allianz, Petrobras, Oris
2009<ref>Trouble-free first day for new Williamsformula1.com, 19 Jan 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref><ref>Williams reveal 2009 race liveryformula1.com, 27 Feb 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2010.</ref> Dark Blue White RBS, Philips AT&T, Allianz, Thomson, Oris, Randstad, AirAsia
2010<ref>Gallery: Williams FW32 formula1.com. Retrieved 1 February 2010.</ref> Blue White RBS, Philips AT&T, Allianz, Randstad, Oris, HELL energy drink, Accenture, Thomson Reuters, Air Asia
2011<ref>Gallery: Williams FW33 formula1.com. Retrieved 1 February 2011.</ref> Blue, White Red, Gold AT&T Randstad, PDVSA, Venezuela Tourism, Oris, Ridge Solutions, Thomson Reuters, GAC, Pirelli, Cosworth

Wolf

Year Main colour Additional colours Livery sponsor Additional major sponsors
1977 - 1978 Black Gold Walter Wolf Racing Castrol, Champion
1979 Black Gold Walter Wolf Racing, Olympus Castrol, Champion

Zakspeed

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco livery changes
1985–1989 Red White West Shell, Koni, Carlo Colusci, Fondmental, Jever (1987), Geo Corporation (1989), Castrol (1989) "West" was covered with black gaps or replaced with "East"


References

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