Formula One sponsorship liveries

Formula One sponsorship liveries have been used since the 1968 season. Before the arrival of sponsorship liveries in 1968 the nationality of the team determined the colour of a car entered by the team, e.g. cars entered by Italian teams were rosso corsa red, cars entered by French teams were bleu de France blue, and cars entered by British teams (with several exceptions, such as cars entered by teams Rob Walker,[1] Brabham[2] and McLaren[3]) were British racing green. Major sponsors such as BP, Shell, and Firestone had pulled out of the sport ahead of this season, prompting the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile to allow unrestricted sponsorship.

Team Gunston became the first Formula One team to implement sponsorship brands as a livery on their Brabham car, which privately entered for John Love in orange, brown and gold colours of Gunston cigarettes in the first race of the 1968 season, the 1968 South African Grand Prix, on 1 January 1968. In the next race, the 1968 Spanish Grand Prix, Team Lotus became the first works team to follow this example, with Graham Hill's Lotus 49B entered in the red, gold and white colors of Imperial Tobacco's Gold Leaf brand.[4][5] With rising costs in Formula One, sponsors becoming more important and thus liveries reflected the teams' sponsors.[6]

Tobacco advertising was common in motorsport; as bans spread throughout the world, teams began using an alternate livery which alluded to the tobacco sponsor. At historical events, cars are allowed to use the livery which was used when the car was actively competing.[7]

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

Alfa Romeo

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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 sponsored by Philip Morris's 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. Alfa Romeo returned as a constructor in 2019 with the rebranding of Sauber and exit after 2023.[8][9]

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco liveries
1979 Rosso corsa White Agip, Magneti Marelli
19801983 Red, White, Black Marlboro Champion, Facom, Michelin, Nordica, Agip, Koni, Magneti Marelli Marlboro logo replaced with a barcode at certain races, due to tobacco or alcohol sponsorship bans.
19841985 Green, Red Benetton Group Champion, OZ Wheels, Ferodo, Agip, Goodyear, Brembo, Koni, Speedline, Magneti Marelli
2019 White Red, Blue Alfa Romeo Shell, Singha, Axitea, Carrera, Richard Mille, Magneti Marelli, Pirelli, Claro, Adler, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Betsafe, Little Mole, Sauber Engineering, Sparco, Huski Chocolate (United States only)
2020 White, Red Alfa Romeo, PKN Orlen Singha, Axitea, Carrera, Richard Mille, Magneti Marelli, Pirelli, Additive Industries, Huski Chocolate, Sauber Engineering, Sparco, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Adler Pelzer Group, Globe Air, Ivy Oxford, AB Dynamics
2021 Sauber Engineering, Singha, Carrera, Magneti Marelli, Pirelli, Zadara, Eighty One, Additive Industries, Iqoniq, Sparco, Adler Pelzer Group, AB Dynamics, Code Zero In Styria, Alfa Romeo used a special 111th anniversary livery.[10] At the home race they have painted a car in Italian tricolor.[11] At the final race in Abu Dhabi, the cars featured messages for their drivers who were both leaving the team at the end of the season; for example, Kimi Räikkönen's is "Dear Kimi, we will leave you alone now", a reference to his famous radio message during the 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.[12]
2022 Black Accelleron, Additive Industries, Adler Pelzer Group, Singha, Zadara, Magneti Marelli, Pirelli, AMX, Camozzi, Sabelt, Puma, Rebellion, Web Eyewear, Hyland, DRF Bets, ZCG
2023 Red, Black Alfa Romeo, Stake/Kick Sauber, Pirelli, Singha, WhistlePig, Magneti Marelli, Grupo Nossa, Everdome, Accelleron, AMX, Cielo, Curam Domi, Camozzi Group, CryptoDATA (Wispr), Rebellion, Web Eyewear, AximTrade, SenseTime, Seagate, Mascot Workwear, CODE-ZERO, Hyland, Corinthian Re, Cielo, Everdome, Ambrosial, Fix Network In countries where advertisement of gambling and sports betting are banned, Stake's branding will be replaced by Kick.[13][14] Alfa Romeo raced a revised Kick livery called the "disruptive livery" at the Belgian Grand Prix. The team raced a special livery for the Las Vegas Grand Prix featuring “a pattern of playing cards featuring Alfa Romeo's Quadrifoglio in gold and heart suit cards emblazoned with the number six – for the six years of the relationship between Sauber Motorsport and Alfa Romeo.

AlphaTauri

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Toro Rosso was rebranded as Scuderia AlphaTauri in 2020 to promote Red Bull fashion brand AlphaTauri. Along with the rebrand, the team is no longer a junior team but a sister team to Red Bull Racing.[15] The team was rebranded as RB in 2024.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Special liveries
2020 White, Navy Blue AlphaTauri Honda, Casio Edifice, Pirelli, RDS, My World, Moose, Randstad
2021 Navy Blue White AlphaTauri, Honda Casio Edifice, Pirelli, RDS, My World, Fantom
2022 White, Navy Blue AlphaTauri Pirelli, Epicor, HRC/Honda, Fantom, ICM, Flex-Box, Ravenol, Ziba Foods, Buzz, RapidAPI, LIF3
2023 Navy Blue, White Red AlphaTauri, PKN Orlen Pirelli, Epicor, HRC/Honda, Flex-Box, Ravenol, RapidAPI, XMTrading, NEFT Vodka, Gundam AlphaTauri raced a special livery inspired by the AlphaTauri x Brendan Monroe Las Vegas Capsule Collection for the final two races of the season.

Alpine

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Renault was rebranded as Alpine F1 Team in 2021 to promote Renault brand Alpine.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Special liveries
2021 Blue Red, White Alpine Renault, MAPFRE, Castrol, BP, RCI Banque, GENII, Bell & Ross, Pirelli, Microsoft, DuPont, Hewlett-Packard, +GF+, EURODATACAR, Yahoo!, Le Coq Sportif, Plug Power During the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Alpine ran a special livery to commemorate their 100th race with sponsor Castrol.[16]
20222023 Pink, Black Alpine, BWT Renault, MAPFRE (2022), Castrol, BP, RCI Banque (2022), GENII (2022), Bell & Ross (2022), Pirelli, Microsoft, DuPont (2022), EURODATACAR, Mandiant (2022), Binance, Yahoo!, data.ai (2022), ADA Cosmetics, Sprinklr, Plug Power, Kappa, Mobilize, Ecowatt (2023) Alpine raced a special BWT livery for the opening rounds of the 2022[17] and 2023[18] season. Alpine raced with black nose cones at the 2022 Italian Grand Prix to mourn the death of Elizabeth II.
2024 Black Blue, Pink Alpine, BWT Renault, Castrol, BP, Pirelli, Microsoft, Binance, Yahoo!, ADA Cosmetics, Sprinklr, Kappa, Mobilize, H. Moser & Cie, Business Solver, MNTN, INFINOX, Banco BRB, ApeCoin, JAAQ

Andrea Moda

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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

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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 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)
1978 White Varig (Brazilian Grand Prix only)
Gold Warsteiner (South African Grand Prix onwards) FINA, Heuer, Scicon Micro Systems

ARCO Graphite (Long Beach Grand Prix only)

1979 Gold Black Warsteiner Scicon Micro Systems
1980 Gold Black Warsteiner Valvoline
Penthouse (Canadian Grand Prix and United States Grand Prix only)
Rizla+. (Canadian Grand Prix and United States Grand Prix only)
1981 Orange White Ceramiche Ragno, Beta Utensili Valvoline, Glasurit Car Paint
Penthouse (Canadian Grand Prix and United States Grand Prix only)
1982 Orange White Ceramiche Ragno Autosonik, Elf, Glasurit Car Paint, Nordica
Penthouse (Brazilian Grand Prix, Long Beach Grand Prix and Detroit Grand Prix only)
1983 Various Valvoline (Long Beach Grand Prix and Dutch Grand Prix only)
Bembom Bros. OK Corral (French Grand Prix only)
Marilena (San Marino Grand Prix only)
Barclay (Monaco Grand Prix, Belgian Grand Prix, Detroit Grand Prix and Austrian Grand Prix only)
Pepsi Déca (Canadian Grand Prix only)
Grand Prix International (British Grand Prix only)
Leonardo Lederbekleidung (German Grand Prix only)
Golia (Italian Grand Prix only)
MacConnal-Mason Gallery Fine Paintings (European Grand Prix and South African Grand Prix only)
Allwave Hi-Fi, Copy Braun, Dimensione Uomo, Glasurit Car Paint, Le Vif, Louis De Poortere Carpets, Megatron, Provigo, Rizla+., SNIA, Valvoline
1984 Gold Blue, Red Barclay, Nordica BMW M Power, Glasurit Car Paint, Louis De Poortere Carpets, SNIA, Valvoline
1985 Gold Blue Barclay, De'Longhi BMW M Power, Camozzi, Castrol, Glasurit Car Paint, GSI, Millfix, USF&G Financial Services
1986 Gold Red Barclay, USF&G Financial Services BMW M Power, Budget Rent a Car, Camozzi, Glasurit Car Paint
1987 White Dark Red, Blue USF&G Financial Services Bosch, Camozzi, Glasurit Car Paint, Garrett Turbo, Kepner Tregoe, Megatron, Trussardi, Wintershall
1988 White Dark Red, Blue USF&G Financial Services 3M, Beta Utensili, Bosch, Camozzi, Garrett Turbo, Glasurit Car Paint, Kepner Tregoe, Megatron, Wintershall
1989 White Dark Red, Blue USF&G Asset Management AXE, Camozzi, Concret Leasing GmbH, Ford, Glasurit Car Paint, Identicar, Kepner Tregoe, Maxon Mobile Radio, Mobil1, Raychem
1990 White Red Footwork, USF&G Asset Management Ansys, Camozzi, Elf, Gearbox Sports, Glasurit Car Paint
1991 White Red Footwork Blaupunkt, Bosch, Camozzi, OZ Wheels, Shell
1992 White Red Footwork Adidas, BP, Hamacher, Midori Elec., OZ Wheels, Toshiba
1993 White Red Footwork Adidas, BP, Dynabook, Glasurit Car Paint, Midori Elec., OZ Wheels, Toshiba
1994 White Blue, Red, Green Alibert, Bauer, Byte, Caberg, Cellular One, Elf, Fox Petroli, Gamma Due Ceramica Design, Ford, Glasurit Car Paint, Lee Cooper, Mandarina Duck, Marlboro, Matix Design, Old Spice, OTC Computer, Piolanti & Figli, ProCom, Robopac, Ruffles, SAG '80, Super C, Suzuki, Ville-Marie
1995 White Blue, Red Unimat Life Corporation Alopex, El Charro, Flexform Divani, Gamma Due Ceramica Design, Glasurit Car Paint, Hype, Lati, Matrix Design, Personal, Ricardo, Sally, Sasol, Sergio Tacchini, Star TV, Suzuki, T&J Vestor, TecnoFerrari, Ville-Maerie
1996 White Blue, Red Philips Car Systems, Power Horse Bauducco, BellSouth, Brother, CarIn Navigation System, Castrol, Cricket & Co, Enkei, Glasurit Car Paint, Hewlett-Packard, Hype, Lectra Systems, Lycra, Pace Airlines, Pack Plast, Parmalat, Quest International, Ricardo, Sally, Sergio Tacchini, TopWare, Tom Walkinshaw Racing, Track & Field
Red Blue, White
1997 Blue White Danka, Parmalat, Zepter Bogner, Brastemp, Eagle Star Insurance, Ferretti Group, Glasurit Car Paint, Kibon, Power Horse, Quest International, Remus Performance Sport Exhausts, Yamaha
1998 Black None Danka, Power Horse, TWR, Zepter Parmalat
1999 Red, White, Orange Repsol T-Minus, PIAA Corporation, Zepter, Morgan Grenfell, Power Horse, Catia Solutions, F1 Racing, Ixion, Glasurit, Champion
20002002 Orange Black Orange Red Bull, Chello, Lost Boys, Repsol YPF (2000), Eurobet (2000), Cartoon Network (2000), Catia Solutions, Paul Costelloe (2001), Magneti Marelli (2000), European Aviation (2000)

Aston Martin

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Aston Martin competed in Formula One in 1958-59. The team re-entered in 2021 with the rebranding of Racing Point by Lawrence Stroll.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-alcohol livery changes
19581959 British racing green
2021 British racing green Magenta Aston Martin, Cognizant BWT, Peroni Brewery, Alpinestars, Pirelli, JCB, IFS, NetApp, SentinelOne, Bombardier, Crypto.com, Epos, Aqua Mondo, Ravenol, TikTok Peroni was replaced by "ITALIA 0,0".
20222024 Lime green, Black Aramco, Cognizant (2022–2023) Aston Martin (Aston Martin DBX707 (2023), Aston Martin Vantage (2024)), Peroni Brewery (2022–2023), Alpinestars (2022), Pirelli, JCB, IFS (2022), NetApp, SentinelOne, Bombardier, Crypto.com (2022–2023), Epos, Juniper Networks, Oakley, TikTok (2022 and 2024), Hugo Boss, XP (2022–2023), Porto Seguro (2023), Citi (2023–2024), Globe-Trotter (2023–2024), Ava Trade (2023–2024), Girard-Perregaux (2023–2024), Velocity Black (2023), Saudia (2023), Banco Master (2023–2024), NexGen Energy (2023–2024), Valvoline (2023–2024), Regent Seven Seas Cruises (2024), Financial Times (2024), Cognizant (2024), Wolfgang Puck (2024)
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 Black, Red ATS Wheels, Arawak, Hotel Freeport Goodyear, Shell
1980 Shell, Buler Quartz, Goodyear
1981 White, Black ATS Wheels ABBA, Shell, Champion
1982 Copec, Tecfin, Liqui Moly, Shell, Champion
1983 Black Shell, Goodyear, Steinbock
1984 Marilena, Steinbock, Shell, Pirelli

Benetton

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Benetton Formula Ltd. 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 1991 to 1993, Camel sponsored the Benetton team, but, from 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
19861990 Red, Green Blue, Yellow Benetton Group, Sisley (1986/1988) Pirelli (1986), Goodyear (1987–1990), Riello, Frizerga, 7-Up, Autopolis, Mobil 1, Eurobags, BMW (1986), Flying Tigers Airlines, Ford (1987–1990), Steinbock, Gillette (1989), The European, Camel, Gancia, Sanyo (1989–1990), Technocast "Camel" letters were replaced by the Camel logo (1988–1990). A national flag of the country in which the team competes (Benetton B186 car in 1986).
1991 Yellow Green, Blue Camel Ford, Mobil 1, Sanyo, "United Colors Of Benetton" (Benetton Group), Autopolis, Pirelli "Camel" letters were covered with blue gaps, or replaced by the Camel logo, or with "Benetton"
1992 Green Ford, Mobil 1, Sanyo, "United Colors Of Benetton" (Benetton Group), Goodyear, Brembo, USAG Tools
1993 Dark Green Ford, Elf, Sanyo, Technogym, Denim, "United Colors Of Benetton" (Benetton Group), Goodyear
1994 Blue Green Mild Seven Ford, Elf, Sanyo, Oracle, Polti, "Benetton Sportsystem" (Benetton Group) "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Benetton"
1995 White, Dark Blue, Yellow Bitburger, Renault, Oracle, Elf, Kickers, RTL, "Benetton Sportsystem" (Benetton Group) "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Benetton" or "Moto Sport" and "Bitburger" was replaced with "Drive Alcoholfrei". An Italian flag as a mark of the nationality of team's owner Benetton Group (Benetton B195 car).
1996 White FedEx, Renault, Prince Sports, Kingfisher, Elf, Cesare Paciotti, Hype Energy, Nordica, "Benetton Sportsystem" (Benetton Group) "Mild Seven" was replaced with "Benetton". An Italian flag as a mark of the team's nationality (1996–1997).
1997 FedEx, Renault, Agip, Prince Sports, Akai, Korean Air, Hype Energy, Hitachi, Gillette
1998 FedEx, Agip, Akai, Hitachi, Korean Air, Gillette
1999 FedEx, Agip, Supertec, Playlife, D2 Mannesmann, Bridgestone, Marconi, Korean Air, Hewlett-Packard, Magneti Marelli
2000 Agip, Supertec, D2 Mannesmann, Bridgestone, Marconi, Korean Air, Sportal, Strabila, OMB, Charmilles, Action, Novell, Magneti Marelli, AEA Technology
2001 Marconi, Elf, Renault, Korean Air, Vodafone, PlayStation 2, Charmilles, Action, Novell, Magneti Marelli, Michelin, Catia Solutions, AEA Technology "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

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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 absorption 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 (Dallara 3081) Red Black None Goodyear None
1988 (Dallara F188) Red Black, White Marlboro Viacom, Nikols, Timberland, Magneti Marelli, Weber, Berlucchi, Castrol, Brembo None
1989 Red Black, White Marlboro, Lusfina, Fineco Agip, Nikols, Pirelli, Magneti Marelli, Weber, Brembo, Lucchini, USAG, Koni
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 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

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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 Sauber. The livery 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 27 November 2009, BMW agreed to sell the team back to its original founder, Peter Sauber.[19]

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
20062009[20][21][22] White Blue, Red Petronas, Intel, T-Systems (2008) Syntium, Hansen LTD (2006–2008), Go-gp.org (2009), FxPro (2009), Credit Suisse (2006–2008), Dell (2006–2008)

Brabham

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Prior to sponsorships, Brabham raced in turquoise with a gold band running across the car. This later changed to green and gold, the racing colours of Australia, as a mark of the nationality of the team's owner Jack Brabham. A Brabham car was the first Formula One car painted in the livery of a team's sponsor when Team Gunston as a privateer team entered a private Brabham car at the first race of the 1968 season (the 1968 South African Grand Prix).[6] In 1975 and 1976, Brabham received sponsorship from Martini; in 1976 the color scheme changed from white to red with light blue trim. The primary sponsor changed to Parmalat in 1978, with the cars retaining a variant of the same red and blue colors. With the team's switch to BMW engines in 1982, the new livery consisted of a clean dark blue and white with a stylized BMW "kidney grille" on the nose. This scheme was retained throughout the BMW years, even through a sponsorship change to Olivetti in 1985, until 1989. (This unusual representation of the engine supplier, specifically BMW, in the color scheme was revived by Williams when they debuted their own BMW cars in 2000.) In 1989, Brabham signed with Bioptron, a brand of Zepter International, which continued until the team was bought by Middlebridge Group. Since then, it was sponsored by many Japanese companies like Garage Italiya, a company that imports Italian cars in Japan, Autobacs, Nippon Shinpan, and Mitsukoshi. In its final season Brabham raced in blue and pink livery of the Japanese metal group Seikima-II.

Year Driver(s) Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1971 Graham Hill Green Yellow Esso Goodyear
Tim Schenken
Chris Craft Orange Bick's STP, Gulf
Dave Charlton White and Red Lucky Strike Esso
1972 Graham Hill White Esso Uniflo Ford, Goodyear
Carlos Reutemann YPF 1978 FIFA World Cup, CAP Argentine Meat, Ford, Goodyear
Wilson Fittipaldi Bardahl Ford, Goodyear, Varga
1973 Carlos Reutemann White YPF CAP Argentine Meat,

Ceramica Pagnossin, Goodyear

Wilson Fittipaldi Promax Bardahl Brasil Export 73 Trade Fair, Cacique
Andrea de Adamich Ceramica Pagnossin Goodyear
Rolf Stommelen
John Watson
Black Hexagon of Highgate
1974 Teddy Pilette White Hitachi (Belgian Grand Prix) Goodyear
Carlos Reutemann
Texaco (South African Grand Prix only)
Richard Robarts
Rikky von Opel
Carlos Pace
1975 Carlos Reutemann White Martini & Rossi Goodyear
Carlos Pace
1976 Carlos Reutemann Red Martini & Rossi Alfa Romeo, Goodyear
Carlos Pace
Rolf Stommelen
Larry Perkins
1977 John Watson Red Martini & Rossi Alfa Romeo, Goodyear
Carlos Pace
Hans-Joachim Stuck
Giorgio Francia
1978 Niki Lauda Red Parmalat Alfa Romeo, Goodyear
John Watson
Nelson Piquet
1979 Niki Lauda Red Parmalat Alfa Romeo, Goodyear
Ricardo Zunino
Nelson Piquet
1980 Nelson Piquet White Dark Blue Parmalat Goodyear
Ricardo Zunino
Héctor Rebaque
1981 Nelson Piquet White Dark Blue Parmalat Goodyear, Pemex
Héctor Rebaque
1982 Nelson Piquet White Dark Blue Parmalat BMW M Power, Michelin, Santal, Valvoline
Riccardo Patrese
1983 Nelson Piquet White Dark Blue Parmalat BMW M Power, Castrol, Fila, Michelin, Santal
Riccardo Patrese
1984 Nelson Piquet Dark Blue White Parmalat BMW M Power, Castrol, Michelin, Santal
Teo Fabi
Corrado Fabi
Manfred Winkelhock
1985 Nelson Piquet Dark Blue White Olivetti BMW M Power, Pirelli
François Hesnault
Marc Surer
1986 Riccardo Patrese Dark Blue White Olivetti BMW M Power, Emporio Armani, Pirelli
Elio de Angelis
Derek Warwick
1987 Riccardo Patrese Dark Blue White Olivetti (Italian Grand Prix onwards) BMW M Power, Iceberg, Minolta, Olivetti, Ricard, Tissot
Stefano Modena
Andrea de Cesaris
1989 Martin Brundle White Blue Bioptron Amigo, Nippon Shinpan, Pirelli
Stefano Modena
1990 Gregor Foitek White

Dark Blue

Dark Blue

White

Garage Italiya (伊太利屋) (Monaco Grand Prix onwards) AOBA, Calbee (カルビー), Carvico, Eurojersey SpA, Pirelli
David Brabham
Stefano Modena
1991 Martin Brundle Dark Blue Red or White Mitsukoshi, Yamaha Motor Company, Yamazen AOBA, Autobacs, Bosch, BP, Carvico, Eurojersey SpA, I.M.I. Bergamo, Kyosho, Madras, Mitsui, NGK Sparkplugs, Pirelli, Qantas, Speedbox International, Sumitomo Marine, Toshio Kamiyama Styling-office
Mark Blundell
1992 Eric van de Poele
Giovanna Amati
Damon Hill
Dark Blue White Yamazen BMS Group, BP, Cricket & Co, Galley Matrix, IMEC, Lagostina, LeasePlan, Yaesu
Pink, Dark Blue and Light Blue Seikima-II

Brawn GP

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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 supplier Mercedes-Benz.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2009[23] White Black, Fluorescent Yellow Virgin Canon, MIG Investments, Henri Lloyd, Itaipava, Qtel, Banco do Brasil

British American Racing

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British American Racing competed in Formula One from 1999 to 2005. The name was a reference to the team owner, British American Tobacco, hence the livery which included 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/alcohol 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)
2000

2005[24]

White Red, Black Lucky Strike (British American Tobacco) Honda, Intercond, Tiscali, 555, Sonax, Reynard, Teleglobe, bee-trade.com, Acer, Brunotti 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 Walk", "Look Left" and "Look Right" and a barcode and Formula One cars (2004) or with "Racing Revolution" (2005)
20042005 (only Chinese GP) 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

British Racing Motors

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The first BRMs were a pale duck-egg green (any shade of green represented British racing green, the national racing colour of Great Britain), but this was later replaced for aesthetic reasons by a very dark metallic shade of grey-green. BRM cars entered by non-British privateer teams wore their respective national racing colours. The team acquired their first significant commercial sponsorship from Yardley for the 1970 season, running in white with black, gold and ochre stripes in a stylised "Y" wrapping around the car's bodywork. In the 1972 season the team became the first F1 team sponsored by Marlboro and at the 1972 Monaco Grand Prix the BRM team achieved the first win for a Marlboro-sponsored F1 car.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Other Informations (including non-tobacco/alcohol race changes)
1951–59 Dark Metallic Gray-Green
1960–64 Black none
1964–70 Black Orange/Red
1970–1971 White Gold, Black, Ochre Yardley
1972–1974 White Red Marlboro
1974 Pale Green Motul
1975-1976 Blue, Red
1977 Pale Blue Rotary Watches

Caterham

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The Lotus team, which made its début in 2010, was renamed to Caterham F1 in 2012. It was formally from Malaysia but still had a livery dominated by British racing green, like the traditional Lotus livery for many years.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2012 British racing green Yellow, White AirAsia Naza Group, Renault, EQ8, CNN, Airbus, Dell, Intel, General Electric, Visa, Sibur, Pirelli, Queens Park Rangers
2013 Light Green General Electric, Airbus McGregor, EADS, Renault, Dell, Intel, AirAsia, Naza Group, CNN, Pirelli
2014 White Safran, Renault, Dell, Intel, CNN, Truphone, Naza Group, AirAsia, Pirelli

Coloni

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In its first years, Coloni was sponsored by Himont and Montefluos, two subsidiary companies of Montedison

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1987 Yellow None Renzacci, Cast, Himont White Sun, Q8, Bosby
1988 Himont Magnabosco, Lpr
1989 Blue, Green Himont, Magnabosco, Malizia, Montefluos 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) Red, Green Subaru, Agip, Capa Subaru Coloni racing livery
1990 (without Subaru power) Yellow Agip, Capa, Goodyear, Magneti Marelli
1991 White Blue, Gray Galp

Ensign

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Year Driver(s) Main colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1973 Rikky von Opel Green Duckhams
1974 Rikky von Opel Green
Vern Schuppan Orange Theodore Racing Hong Kong Armstrong, Duckhams
Mike Wilds Green Dempster International Shell
1975 Roelof Wunderink
Gijs van Lennep
Chris Amon
White HB Alarmsystemen Motormeyer
1976 Chris Amon
Patrick Nève
Hans Binder
Jacky Ickx
Black Valvoline
John Day Model Cars (South African Grand Prix and United States Grand Prix West only)
Norris Industries (United States Grand Prix West and United States Grand Prix only)
F&S Properties (Monaco Grand Prix, Swedish Grand Prix and German Grand Prix only)
First National City Travelers Checks (British Grand Prix only)
Texaco (French Grand Prix only)
Alpquell Natürliches Mineralwasser, Elan, Raiffeisen (Austrian Grand Prix only)
1977 Clay Regazzoni
Jacky Ickx
Black Tissot, Castrol Clay Regazzoni Jeans
Cynar (Argentine Grand Prix and Brazilian Grand Prix only)
Theodore Racing Hong Kong (Long Beach Grand Prix only)
Patrick Tambay White Theodore Racing Hong Kong Elf
1978 Danny Ongais Black Tissot Interscope Racing
FINA
ARCO Graphite (Long Beach Grand Prix only)
Marlboro (Belgian Grand Prix only)
Mopar, Hi-Line Car Stripes (British Grand Prix only)
ICI Chemicals, Heyco Werkzeuge (Dutch Grand Prix only)
Guinness (Italian Grand Prix only)
TWA (Canadian Grand Prix only)
Valvoline (United States Grand Prix and Canadian Grand Prix only)
Jacky Ickx
Derek Daly
Nelson Piquet
Bernard de Dryver
Brett Lunger
Geoff Lees Red Hi-Line Car Stripes, Mario Deliotti Racing, Radio Luxembourg
Lamberto Leoni Black
White
Benning
Harald Ertl Black Heyco Werkzeuge Sachs Sporting, Shell
1979 Derek Daly
Patrick Gaillard
Marc Surer
Black
Red
Theodore Racing Hong Kong
Rainbow Jeanswear (Canadian Grand Prix and United States Grand Prix only)
|Hi-Line Car Stripes (British Grand Prix only)

Elf (Austrian Grand Prix and Dutch Grand Prix only)
Valvoline

1980 Clay Regazzoni
Tiff Needell
Jan Lammers
Geoff Lees
Blue, White and Red Unipart GoodyearTheodore (Italian Grand Prix onwards)
1981 Marc Surer
Ricardo Londoño-Bridge
Blue, White and Red ISM Group of Companies, Valvoline Champagne Abel Lepitre, Doria, Lucas Oil, Michelin
Eliseo Salazar Din, Toyota
Budweiser (Caesars Palace Grand Prix only)
Esso, Lucas Oil, Michelin, Tecfin, Valvoline
1982 Roberto Guerrero White
Dark Blue and White
Café de Colombia, Caribu Michelin, Valvoline

Eifelland

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1972 Blue White (Some versions had the Yellow Spoiler) Eifelland Caravan Goodyear, Shell, Ford, Bostik
1972 (later races) White

EuroBrun

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
1988 White, Yellow (with M505 as sponsor) Black Tommasini/M505 Marlboro, OZ Wheels, Goodyear, Darwin, Fondmetal
1989 White Red, Green, Black JSK Lista 1 car
1989 Orange Black Jägermeister Lista, OZ Wheels, Agip, Rafta Foitek's car
1990 Silver JSK, IS-ME-DIN, Agip, OIIR LFIP, Rafta, mara, Bburago, LPR, Zucchini Used in 1 car

Ferrari

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In keeping with their Italian roots, the Ferrari works team has always kept a red colour in the tradition of rosso corsa, the national racing colour of Italy, except for last two races in the 1964 season (the 1964 United States Grand Prix and 1964 Mexican Grand Prix) when Enzo Ferrari let his cars be entered by the NART team in American national racing colours (white with blue lengthwise "Cunningham racing stripes") to protest against Italian racing authorities. However, Ferrari cars entered by non-Italian privateer teams wore their respective national racing colours until the 1961 Belgian Grand Prix when Belgian driver Olivier Gendebien privately entered a Ferrari car in the Belgian racing yellow colour. 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. Ferrari had Marlboro as the team's title sponsor (renamed as Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro) from 1997 until the 2011 European Grand Prix and as one of team's main sponsors from 1993 to 2017. Philip Morris continued to sponsor Ferrari as Mission Winnow in 2018 (renamed as Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow). Ferrari reverted to its rosso corsa colors in 2022 after Philip Morris lost its livery sponsorship rights. In April 2024, Ferrari signed HP Inc. as the team's new title sponsor, renaming the team as Scuderia Ferrari HP.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
19501967 Red
1964 US GP and Mexico GP Blue
19681994 Red White or Black, Green (1970s) Marlboro (19931994) Shell (1968–1972), Agip (1973–1994), FIAT (1976–1994), Goodyear, Pioneer (1993–1994), Marlboro (1984–1992), Longines (1980–1986, 1988–1989), Magneti Marelli, Champion, Weber, Gould, Agip, SKF, Arexons Marlboro logo removed completely or replaced with white space (2000–2004) (The Ferrari cars had white spaces over Marlboro occasionally in 1998 and 1999) (same for Ducati MotoGP team from 2003 to 2004), Marlboro logo changed to "bar code" (1994–1999, 2005–2006), or text removed with keeping the chevron with the driver's name (1993) and in the team member clothing, Marlboro logo became a white square with a red stripe above with written the driver's name (1980s–1996). In the 1999 Belgian Grand Prix, Marlboro was replaced by "Ferrari Formula One". The team used special livery for 2001 Italian Grand Prix in remembrance of the 11 September 2001 attacks in the United States; both cars ran without any sponsorship livery and sported matte black nose cones. In the 2005 Bahrain Grand Prix the cars sported black nose cones as a sign of mourning for Pope John Paul II.
1995 Red Black Marlboro Agip, Pioneer, FIAT, Goodyear, Telecom Italia
1996 Red Black Marlboro, Shell Pioneer, Asprey, Goodyear, FIAT, Telecom Italia, GE
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, Tommy Hilfiger
19992001 Red Marlboro, Shell TIM, FedEx, Tic Tac, Bridgestone, Magneti Marelli, GE, FIAT, Tommy Hilfiger
2002 Red White Marlboro Vodafone, Shell, Bridgestone, FIAT, AMD
20032006 Red White Marlboro Vodafone, Shell, Bridgestone, FIAT, Martini (2006), AMD, Olympus (2003–2005), Acer[25]
20072009[26] Red White Marlboro Shell, Bridgestone, FIAT, AMD, Acer, Alice, Martini (2007–2008), Etihad (2008-), Mubadala (2008–2009) Due to a total tobacco livery ban, from 2008 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.

This was replaced in 2011 with a new 'Scuderia Ferrari' logo, which uses a similar graphical design to the Marlboro logo while purporting to be a team logo and is placed in the main areas the previous barcode was visible. Philip Morris's sponsorship deal with Ferrari has been extended to 2015. In May 2015, another deal between The Philip Morris Group and Ferrari took place, extending the sponsor deal until 2018, and in August 2017 another "multi-year" deal was signed.
2010[27] Red White and Black Marlboro, Santander Shell, Bridgestone, FIAT, AMD, Acer, Etihad, Mubadala
20112012 Red White Santander Shell, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, TATA, FIAT, Acer, AMD
Shell, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, FIAT, acer, AMD, Ferrari World
2013 Red White, Black Shell, UPS, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, FIAT, Acer, AMD, Ferrari World, TNT Energy Drink, OMR Automotive, MAHLE, HUBLOT
2014 Red, Black White Shell, UPS, FIAT, HUBLOT, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, WEICHAI, Ferrari World, TNT Energy Drink, OMR Automotive, MAHLE
2015 Red Black, White Shell, Alfa Romeo, UPS, HUBLOT, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, WEICHAI, Ferrari World, TNT Energy Drink, Telcel, Claro, Haas, Puma, MAHLE, Oakley, OMR Automotive, SKF, Brembo, Magneti Marelli, Iveco
2016 Red, White Black Shell, Alfa Romeo, UPS, HUBLOT, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, WEICHAI, Ferrari World, TNT Energy Drink, Telcel, Claro, MAHLE, Oakley, OMR Automotive, SKF, Brembo, Magneti Marelli, Singha, Infor, XCDS, Ray-Ban, Option Rally
2017 Red White, Black Shell, Alfa Romeo, UPS, HUBLOT, Kaspersky Lab, Pirelli, WEICHAI, Ferrari World, MAHLE, OMR Automotive, SKF, Brembo, Magneti Marelli, Singha, Infor, Swisse, Ray-Ban, Option Rally, NGK
2018 Red Grey, white, green, red Mission Winnow (2018 Japanese Grand Prix onwards) Shell, Ray-Ban, Alfa Romeo, Kaspersky Lab, UPS, Lenovo, WEICHAI, HUBLOT, MAHLE, OMR Automotive, AMD, Singha, Pirelli, Puma, Swisse, Infor, Experis, SKF, Magneti Marelli, Brembo, Riedel, Iveco, Bell, O.Z, Honeywell, Veuve Clicquot Ferrari's 2018 livery also contains the colors of the Italian flag.

Ferrari and Philip Morris unveiled the Mission Winnow livery in the 2018 Japanese Grand Prix. Mission Winnow was also the title sponsor for the 2019 and 2021 seasons as Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow. The Mission Winnow logos were removed in the 2019 Australian Grand Prix and were replaced with Scuderia Ferrari's 90th Anniversary logo from the Canadian to Russian Grand Prix. In 2020, the Mission Winnow logos appeared during the testing sessions but were absent throughout the season. Mission Winnow lost the title and livery sponsorship rights in 2022 but remained as a partner.

For the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix, the 1,000th Grand Prix entry for the team, the car was painted into a darker red with a different number font and "1000GP" logo.

During the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix, Ferrari ran a cross-promotion with the Pixar movie Lightyear.[28]

2019 Red Black Shell, Ray-Ban, Kaspersky Lab, UPS, Lenovo, WEICHAI, HUBLOT, MAHLE, OMR Automotive, AMD, Pirelli, Infor, Experis, SKF, Magneti Marelli, Brembo, Laszmoe
2020 Red Black Shell, Ray-Ban, Kaspersky Lab, UPS, HUBLOT, MAHLE, OMR Automotive, Pirelli, Infor, Experis, SKF, Brembo, Magneti Marelli, NGK, Palantir, VistaJet
2021 Red Green Mission Winnow Shell, Ray-Ban, Kaspersky Lab, UPS, WEICHAI, HUBLOT, OMR Automotive, Estrella Galicia, Richard Mille, Pirelli, Experis, SKF, Brembo, Magneti Marelli, NGK, Palantir, VistaJet, Radiobook, Riva
20222023 Red Black Snapdragon (2022), Ray-Ban, AWS, CEVA Logistics, Estrella Galicia, Palantir, OMR Automotive, Pirelli, SKF, Brembo, NGK, VistaJet, MAHLE, Radiobook (2022), Riva, Velas (2022), Santander, Frecciarossa (2022), Shell, Bitdefender, Richard Mille, Genesys (2023), HCL Software (2023), Harman Kardon (2023), Ecopol (2023), Bang & Olufsen (2023), VGW (2023), DXC Technology (2023) Ferrari raced with two special liveries for Monza; 2022 celebrating the 100th anniversary of the circuit and 2023 celebrating their victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
2024 Red White, Yellow, Black HP Ray-Ban, AWS, CEVA Logistics, Palantir, OMR Automotive, Pirelli, Riva, Peroni Brewery, Santander, Shell, Richard Mille, Genesys, HCL Software, Puma, Ecopol, Harman Kardon, Bang & Olufsen, VGW, Celsius, DXC Technology, ZCG, SKF, Brembo, NGK, VistaJet, MAHLE For the Miami Grand Prix, Ferrari raced a blue livery to mark the 70th anniversary of Ferrari's presence in North America which features two historic shades of blue – Azzurro La Plata and Azzurro Dino.

Fittipaldi

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
1975 Silver Blue, Yellow, Green, Red Copersucar Goodyear
1976 Blue, White, Green, Red
1977 Yellow
19781979 Rainbow
19801981 Yellow, White Brown Skol Goodyear, Marlboro (1981)
1982 White Blue, Red Sal Cisne, Caloi Brasilinvest, Petrobras

Fondmetal

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1991 Black White, Red, Yellow Fondmetal Agip
1992 Red, White LeasePlan, Agip, Foppapedretti, Sgommatutto

Force India

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
2008[29] Burgundy White Kingfisher Airlines ICICI, Medion, Reliance Industries, Royal Challenge, Bridgestone, Kanyan Capital, AVG, Airbus
2009[30] White Green, Saffron ICICI, Medion, Reliance Industries, Royal Challenge, Whyte & Mackay, Bridgestone, Signature
2010[31] Green, Orange Kingfisher Airlines, Whyte & Mackay Royal Challenge, Medion, Reebok, Bridgestone, Signature
2011[32] White, Orange Green Medion, Royal Challenge, Reebok, Pirelli, Vladivar, UB Whyte & Mackay's logo was removed from clothing at the Turkish GP and Whyte & Mackay logo also replaced with "One from a Billion Hunt" in that Grand Prix too. Ra.One was added at the Indian GP.

Due to local laws about alcohol sponsorship, the Whyte & Mackay logos were also removed from the car at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and were instead replaced with the names of the winners of a competition run by the team.

2012 White, Orange, Green Kingfisher, Sahara Royal Challenge, Reebok, Pirelli, Whyte & Mackay, Vladivar, UB, Aethra
2013 Royal Challenge, Reebok, Medion, Pirelli, Whyte & Mackay, Vladivar, UB
2014 Black White, Orange, Green Royal Challenge, Alpinestars, Pirelli, UB, Claro, Telmex, Telcel, Astana Tourism, Roshfrans, Smirnoff, TW Steel, Varlion, Auden Mckenzie Group, Consorcio Aristos, Ficrea Smirnoff logo was replaced by the Sahara logo during Abu Dhabi GP.
2015 Black, Silver Orange, Green Royal Challenge, Alpinestars, Pirelli, UB, Claro, Telmex, Telcel, NEC, Quaker State, Smirnoff, Univa, Infinitum, Interproteccion, Hype Energy, Consorcio Aristos, Channel It, Skullcandy, Cavall
2016 Smirnoff, Alpinestars, Pirelli, UB, Claro, Telmex, Telcel, NEC, Quaker State, Univa, Infinitum, Interproteccion, Hype Energy, Skullcandy, Banamex, Bonovo, Barbados Tourism, Canal F1 Latin America, Uralchem, Felio Siby
2017 Pink Black, Silver, Magenta Kingfisher, Sahara, BWT Alpinestars, Pirelli, UB, Claro, Telcel, NEC, Quaker State, Univa, Infinitum, Interproteccion, Johnnie Walker, FXTM, Uralchem, Felio Siby, Hype Energy, Uralkali, Barbados Tourism, Cartesiano Hotels, W66.com, LDNR.bix Eyewear, Sport Bible
2018 White, Magenta Kingfisher, Sahara (Rounds 1–12), BWT Breast Cancer Care, Claro, DUO, Hype Energy, Infinitum, NEC, Pemex, Telcel, Telmex, Vonhaucke, W66.com, Adaptavist, Alpinestars, Koni, Orange Bus, Pirelli, Ravenol, Univa, 3D Systems, Apsley Tailors, Branded London, Condeco, Farah, Gtechniq, ITEC, SAS Global Communications, Schuberth, STILL, STL Communications, The Roastery at Bella Barista, UPS Direct, VoIP Unlimited, WyndyMilla

Forti

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
19951996 Yellow Blue Parmalat, Sadia, Arisco, Marlboro, Duracell, MasterCard, Kaiser, Unibanco, Gillette, Assistalia, Sokol
1996 Blue, Red, Green Hudson, Forti, Roces, ITS, TAT Beta Tools, Marlboro, ACI, Lion, Kaiser
1996 (after Shannon Racing's takeover) Green Red, White Sokol, Shannon, Roces Beta Tools, Marlboro, ACI, Lion, Kaiser, Fin First group

Frank Williams Racing Cars

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1969 Black Baccara (Spanish Grand Prix only)

H.W. Ward & Co. Ltd. (German Grand Prix onwards)

Armstrong, Burmah, Castrol, Dunlop, Girling, Lucas Oil
1970 Red H.W. Ward & Co. Ltd. Autolite, BOAC, Borg & Beck, BP, Castrol, Dunlop, Ferodo, Ford, Graviner
1971 Red Motul Borg & Beck, Champion, Goodyear, H.W. Ward & Co. Ltd., KONI, Politoys
1972 Blue Politoys, Motul Banco Portugues do Brasil S.A., Borg & Beck, Champion, Goodyear, Girling, Personal, Shell
1973 Red and Blue White ISO Rivolta, Marlboro Champion, FINA, Firestone, Personal
1974 Red and Blue White ISO Rivolta, Marlboro Champion, FINA, Firestone, Miller High Life, Personal
1975 White Red Ambrozium H7, Chicco, FINA, Marlboro Bluband, Champion, Chiclets, Heuer, Davos Jakobshorn, Duco, Goodyear, Lavazza, Personal, Richard Oaten Racing, Smarties, Sipuro, Transeuropa, Trident
1976 Black Gold Walter Wolf Racing ABMTM, Champion, FINA, Goodyear, Marlboro, Personal, Richard Oaten Racing

Haas

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Haas entered Formula One in 2016.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
2016 Silver, Black Red Haas Automation Alpinestars, Pirelli, Richard Mille, Telcel
2017 Dark Grey, Black Red (Australia to Spain) Alpinestars, Pirelli, Richard Mille, Wind Shear
White (Monaco to Abu Dhabi)
2018 Black, White Grey, Red Alpinestars, Pirelli, Richard Mille, Wind Shear, Jack & Jones
2019 Black Gold Haas Automation, Rich Energy Alpinestars, PEAK, Pirelli, Richard Mille, Jack & Jones, Wind Shear Rich Energy was the team's title and livery sponsor up to the Italian Grand Prix.
2020 Silver, Black Red Haas Automation Alpinestars, PEAK, Pirelli, Richard Mille, Jack & Jones, Wind Shear
2021 White Red, Blue Haas Automation, Uralkali Alpinestars, 1&1 Ionos, Pirelli, Under Armour
2022 White Red, Black Haas Automation Alpinestars, 1&1 Ionos, Pirelli, Under Armour, Tricorp Workwear, CYRUS Genève, TransferMate, Lunar, Hantec Markets, MoneyGram The team originally launched with Uralkali as its title sponsor along with the Russian flag colors on its livery. It was soon removed as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The first two days of pre-season testing featured this livery,[33] it would be removed on the final day; this livery would be used throughout the season.[34]
20232024 Black White, Red Haas Automation, MoneyGram Chipotle Mexican Grill, Alpinestars, Pirelli, Lunar, Oakberry, Tricorp Workwear, Palm Angels, OpenSea, Hantec Markets, Travismathew, Schuberth, MGM Resorts International, SafetyCulture, Play’n GO Haas raced a special livery for the United States Grand Prix featuring a stars and stripes design down the sidepods, tub and both rear and front wing endplates.

Haas Lola

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
1985 Red White, Blue Beatrice Shell, Goodyear, Champion, Avis, Samson, Callard & Bowser, Culligan
1986 Team Haas Goodyear, Champion, Beatrice, BP, Ford, Koni

Hesketh

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Year Driver(s) Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1973 James Hunt White Blue and Red Hesketh Finance
1974 James Hunt
Ian Scheckter
1975 James Hunt
Brett Lunger
Torsten Palm Polarvagnen Anderstorps Werkstads AB, BilAtlas, Jula Boats Sweden, Mitsubishi, Rotel Tours
Harald Ertl Gold Warsteiner BBS Kraftfahrzeugtechnik, Creole, Gustav A. Moecker, Linea Sport, RTL, Sachs Sporting, Schmitthelm, Shell
1976 Harald Ertl White Blue and Red ATS Leichtmetallräder, Ronal, Sachs Sporting, Shell, Valvoline
Heyco Werkzeuge (Austrian Grand Prix onwards)
Light Blue
Guy Edwards Blue White

(Image of a woman holding a box of Rizla+. cigarette papers)

Penthouse, Rizla+. Armstrong, Cossack Mens Toiletries
Rolf Stommelen Warsteiner
Alex Ribeiro Valvoline
1977 Rupert Keegan Blue White and Yellow

(Image of a woman holding a box of Rizla+. cigarette papers)

Penthouse, Rizla+. British Air Ferries, Finanzplanung Schweimler, Shell
Harald Ertl White Heyco Werkzeuge Ford, Heuer, Ronal, Sachs Sporting, Shell
Héctor Rebaque White Red Marlboro Sidral Mundet
Ian Ashley White Blue and Black Obex Oil Godfrey Bilton
1978 Divina Galica
Eddie Cheever
Derek Daly
Blue Yellow Olympus Cameras

Hill

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The Embassy Hill, founded by two-time World Champion Graham Hill, raced during the 1975 season with Imperial Tobacco's Embassy brand as title sponsor. The cars were predominantly white, with a red vertical stripe behind the cockpit. The team folded following the aircraft accident in which Hill, driver Tony Brise and four other team members were killed in November 1975.

Honda

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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 national racing colour of Japan. The company won two races but left F1 at the end of the 1968 season, before returning as an engine supplier in the 1980s. Honda in the 1990s never raced, but created prototypes like the RC100 and the RA099 tested at Suzuka Circuit. 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/alcohol livery changes
19911996 (RC100, never raced) Black None Honda
1999 (RA099, never raced) White Black Honda
2006 White Red, Gold, Black Lucky Strike (British American Tobacco), 555 (in China) Intercond, ENEOS, NGK, 555, Ray-Ban 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 and Lucky Strike logo was replaced with a Heart with a security pin and a paper written "Racing Forever".
2007[35] Earth (picture) Black myearthdream.com (Honda) None None
2008[36] White Earth Earth Dreams (Honda) None None

The HRT Formula 1 Team competed for just three seasons, between 2010 and 2012. In that time, the team competed with three different liveries, this was due to a lack of sponsor continuity.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Other information
2010[37] Dark Grey Red, White, Orange Hispania Bridgestone, Embratel, Cosworth, Banco Cruzeiro do Sul, Upsynth, Jaypee Group, Panda Security As HRT did not have a title sponsor for 2010, the driver's first name would be placed on the car's side pods each race.
2011[38] White Red, Grey TATA Pirelli, Cosworth Due to a lack of sponsorship, the team wrote various messages on the car, such as "This could be you", "This is a cool spot" and "Your logo here". After being purchased by Thesan Capital halfway through 2011, the messages were replaced by a silver HRT logo.
2012 Red, Gold Pirelli, Cosworth, KH-7 Tata Tea sponsored HRT at the Indian Grand Prix only as well as Tetley at the Korean.

Jaguar

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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-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
20002004[39] Green White HSBC Beck's, AT&T, HP, Du Pont, DHL (2000), MCI Worldcom (2000), Red Bull (2004), Texaco (2000–2001), Lear (2000–2001), Castrol (2002–2004), Hangar-7 (2004), Pioneer (2004) Beck's was replaced by "BEST'S".
The team used special livery with black engine covers for 2001 Italian Grand Prix in remembrance of the 11 September 2001 attacks in the United States.
The team supported movies Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines at the 2003 British Grand Prix respectively.
During the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix, the team promoted the movie Ocean's Twelve with a livery and a diamond worth $300,000 installed on the car's nose. Both cars ultimately retired; Webber's diamond was intact, though Klien's was not.

Jordan

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Jordan Grand Prix competed in Formula One from 19912005. Both in 1991 and 1995 the Irish-licensed team entered cars painted in green, the racing colour of Ireland. Between 19972005, 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/alcohol livery changes
1991 Green Blue 7-Up FujiFilm, Visit Ireland, BP, Osama (a pen and calculator company based in Milan), Tic Tac, Brooksfield, CAPA, Shoei, City Hotels, Ismoban, O.Z. Wheels
19921993 Blue White, Red Sasol Barclay, Philips Car Stereo, Kyosho (1992), Mitsui, Osama, Diavia, Arisco (1993), Unipart 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 1994 FIFA World Cup
1995 Aqua Green Red, White, Blue Peugeot Beta Tools, Total, Kremlyovskaya Vodka, Ruffles, Polti Kremlyovskaya Vodka logo was removed
1996 Gold (brighter yellow in opening races) None Benson & Hedges Total, Davene, Peugeot, Goodyear, FIAMM, Diavia, Unipart, G de Z Capital, Corona, Control Techniques, BBS, Fox, GUAM, Pepsi, Lampo Zippers, Metagal Benson & Hedges logo changed to special f1 and Jordan (on radiator) and driver surname plus 's on front wing and on engine cowling (for example: "Barrichello's")
19972004,[40] 2005 Yellow Black Benson & Hedges (1997–2005), DHL (2002), Sobranie (2005) Repsol (1998), MasterCard (1997–2001), Deutsche Post (2000–2002), CCTV (2003), Ford (2003–2004), Galp Energia (2005), Peugeot (1997), Honda (2000–2002), Mugen (1998–1999), Tata (2005), G de Z Capital (1997–1999), S.Oliver (1997–1999), RTL (1997–1998), Control Techniques (1997–1998), BBS (1997), Pilsner Urquell (1999–2001), Liqui Moly (2002–2003, 2005), Danzas (2001), Damovo (2002–2003), Pearl (1999), Hewlett-Packard (1997–2001), Brother (2000–2003), Trust (2004), Intercond (1999–2000), European Aviation (1999), Zepter (1999–2000), Vodka V-10 (2003–2004), Gametrac (2003), RE/MAX (2003–2005), Ennistown Stud (2003), Libid-X.com (2004–2005), Carrefour Health Club (2003–2004), Speed (2005), Autocar (2005), Phard (2004), FZA Morse (2003), Moretti (2003), Sicily Tourism (2003), Portugal Tourism (2005), Shanghai International Circuit (2003), Steelback (2005), Imation (2000–2002), PURAC (2000), Brembo (2000), NatWest (1998–1999), Anglian Water (2000), Avex Group (1999), Lucent (2000–2001), Infineon (2001), Delphi (1998), Scania (1998), GdeZ (1998), Showa (1998), Serra (1998) Benson & Hedges logo changed to "Bitten Hisses" or to snake-related puns with driver surnames such as "Fisssssi" and "Sssssschuey" (1997), "Buzzing Hornets" (1998 to 2000), "Bitten Heroes" (2001), and "Be On Edge" (2002 to 2005), Sobranie logo changed to "Be On Edge", replaced with the driver's given name 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
The team used special livery with American flag decals for 2001 Italian Grand Prix and 2001 United States Grand Prix in remembrance of the 11 September 2001 attacks in the United States.
At the 2005 Canadian Grand Prix, the slogan "Bring Back Hockey" was printed on the airbox as a reaction to the 2004–05 NHL lockout.[41]
Sobranie replaced Benson & Hedges at the 2004 and 2005 United States Grands Prix due to U.S. Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement conflicts.[42]

Larrousse

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non Tobacco/Alcohol changes(s)
1987 Blue Red Elkron, Daniel Hechter, Seine Maritime BP
1988 Blue Red, Yellow, Green Elkron, Camel, Adia BP, Rhône-Poulenc, Seine Maritime
1989 Blue Red, Yellow, Green Camel, Adia BP, Seine Maritime, Goodyear, Lamborghini, Haute Normandie
1990 Blue Red, Green, Yellow Toshiba BP, Unisys, Adia, Towa, Goodyear, TDK, Espo Communications, Geo Corporation, Ghidini, Viel & cie, Rhone-Poulenc
1991 Blue Red, Green Toshiba BP, Unisys, Orangina, Central Park, Adia, Rizla+
1992 Blue, Yellow Red, Green Venturi, Hype Energy BP, Unisys, Orangina, Central Park, Adia, Goodyear, Chrysler, Zent, Apan777, Cabin, Lamborghini
1993 Blue, Yellow Red, Green Zanussi BP, Unisys, Goodyear, Chrysler, Rizla+
1994 Red, White Black, Green Kronenburg, Zanussi Ford, Goodyear, Adidas, Elf Aquitaine, Rizla+, Eurosport
1994 (non-alcohol/tobacco races) Green Blue, Gold Tourtel, Zanussi, Speedy Ford, Goodyear, PACA, Adidas, Elf Aquitaine, Gauloises Blondes, Rizla+ In countries where advertising alcohol or tobacco is forbidden, Larrousse used the Tourtel livery

LEC was a Formula One team and constructor from the United Kingdom. They participated in ten Grands Prix, using a March in 1973. In 1977 they built their own car, the LEC CRP1.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
1977 Blue White, Red LEC Refrigeration Goodyear, Champion, Koni

Life

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
1990 Red Black Albini & Fontanot, Life – Pic Agip, Goodyear, Beta Tools, ICM, Champion, TDD, Nardi Borelli

Ligier

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Ligier always raced with the Bleu de France, the national racing colour of France, with red, black or white parts.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
19761991 Blue White, Red (1982, 1984) Gitanes Norev (1977), 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)
19911995 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)
1993 (Japan GP and Australia GP) White Light Blue, Black Gitanes None This Livery designed by Hugo Pratt was used only by Martin Brundle
1996 Blue White, Yellow Gauloises, Ligier, Parmalat, Elf Aquitaine Kickers, Mugen, Goodyear, Giordana, Arisco, Amik, Fontana Bulloneria, Cricket & co, GUAM, BBS, Brembo, NGK, Tom Walkinshaw Racing "Gauloises" was replaced with "Ligier"

Lotus (1958–1994)

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At the 1968 Spanish Grand Prix the Lotus, initially using the British racing green, became the first works team (second only to Team Gunston entering a private Brabham car at the 1968 South African Grand Prix)[6] to implement sponsorship brands as a livery when the possibility to do so was created in 1968. Lotus also had one of the longest sponsorship cooperations in Formula One history, making the black and gold of its John Player Special seasons (1972-1978 and 1981-1986) 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/alcohol livery changes
19581962 Gray-Green White, Black
19621968 Green White, Black, Yellow
19681971 Red and White Gold Gold Leaf (Imperial Tobacco)
19721978 Black Gold John Player Special (Imperial Tobacco) Olympus (1978)
1979 British racing green Red, White and Blue Martini Tissot
1980 Dark Blue Red, White and Silver Essex Tissot
19811986 Black Gold John Player Special (Imperial Tobacco) Essex, Tissot, Courage (1981); Champion (1983); Pirelli (1983); Renault (1983–1986); Elf (1983–1986) Goodyear (1984–1986) Olympus (1985); DeLonghi (1986) "John Player Special" and the "JPS" was replaced with Laurels designs
1987 Yellow Blue Camel DeLonghi, Elf, Goodyear, Honda, Brembo, Micromax, Philips, Applicon "Camel" was replaced with "Lotus"
1988 Yellow Blue, Green Camel Epson, Goodyear, Honda, Courtaulds, Elf, OZ Wheels, Momo, Blistein "Camel" was replaced with "Courtaulds"
1989 Yellow Dark Blue Camel Epson, Goodyear, Courtaulds, Elf, OZ Wheels, Momo, Blistein, NGK, PIAA Corporation, Raychem "Camel" was replaced by the Camel logo
1990 Yellow Blue, Light Green Camel Epson, Goodyear, Courtaulds, Elf, OZ Wheels, Momo, Blistein, NGK, Phenix, BP, Raychem, Chrysler, Lamborghini "Camel" was replaced by the Camel logo
19911992 Green White (1991); Yellow (1992) BP Hitachi, Tamiya, Tommy Hilfiger, Komatsu, Nichibutsu, Shionogi, Castrol, Yellow Hat, Dirt Devil, Frazer-Nash, Secol, Neste, NGK, Eurojersey, GWS, Eibach, Sematic, Momo, Raychem, Lobo, David Charles, Iltalehti, Sukhoi
19931994 Green, White and Red Black and Yellow Castrol Hitachi, Tamiya, Tommy Hilfiger, Miller, Loctite, Shionogi, Mobil 1, Pepe Jeans, Komatsu, Nichibutsu, SG Gigante (on Pedro Lamy's Car, as it was his sponsor)

Lotus (2010–2011)

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The new Lotus team made its début in 2010 and was renamed to Caterham F1 in 2012. It was formally from Malaysia but still had 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)
2010[43] British racing green Gold, White Tune Group 1Malaysia, Naza Group, Bridgestone, Proton, PACT, CNN[44]
2011[45] British racing green Gold, White AirAsia 1Malaysia, Naza Group, Renault, EQ8, CNN, Dell, General Electric

Lotus (2012–2015)

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Renault was renamed Lotus in 2012, following an agreement with Caterham F1. The team was owned by Luxembourg-based venture capital group Genii Capital and named after its branding partner Group Lotus. Its livery, introduced back in 2011 with Renault R31, was designed as a tribute to the Team Lotus cars of 1981–1986 and their famous John Player Special liveries.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
2012 Black Gold, Red Lotus, Genii Total, Rexona, Clear, Trina Solar, TW Steel, Renault, Microsoft Dynamics, Avanade, Japan Rags, Advanced Global Trading, Auden Mckenzie Group, Pirelli The team partnered with alternative rock band Linkin Park at the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix to promote an iPad application.
The team promoted the movie The Dark Knight Rises at the 2012 British Grand Prix.
2013 Black, Red Gold Total, Rexona, Clear, Burn, Renault, Microsoft Dynamics, Columbia Records, Japan Rags, Advanced Global Trading, CNBC, Avanade, Auden Mckenzie Group, Peace One Day, Pirelli The Lotus livery changed a little for 2013, with both cars featuring their drivers' respective names near the top air intake.
2014 Black, Red Gold EMC, Total, Saxo Bank, Rexona, Clear, Burn, Renault, Microsoft Dynamics, Columbia Records, Yota Devices, Avanade, Richard Mille, Peace One Day, Venezuela Tourism, Pirelli, PDVSA
2015 Black Gold, Red EMC, Pirelli, Saxo Bank, Microsoft Dynamics, Mercedes-Benz, Richard Mille, Altran, Yota Devices, CD-adapco, Peace One Day, Elysium Inc., Venezuela Tourism, Microsoft Lumia, PDVSA The team promoted the movie Mad Max: Fury Road at the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix.

Maki

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1974 White Red Circle none Firestone
1975 Blue Citizen Mecauto, Goodyear

Manor

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Manor entered Formula One in 2016 after being renamed from Marussia.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2016 Red, Blue White, Black Pertamina (until German GP), Shazam, Pirelli, Daffy's, Rebellion, Rescale, Kiky (until German GP), Airbnb

March Engineering

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In the mid-1970s, the works March team (March Engineering) often ran different sponsorship liveries on individual cars, under multiple entrant names.

Year Driver(s) Main colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1970 Chris Amon
Jo Siffert
Red STP Bio-Strath, BP, Firestone, Ford, Menards
1971 Ronnie Peterson
Àlex Soler-Roig
Andrea de Adamich
Nanni Galli
Mike Beuttler
Niki Lauda
Red STP Oil Treatment Firestone, Girling, Pastiglie SMOG Tabletter, Woolmark

Eifelland Caravans (German Grand Prix only)

1972 Ronnie Peterson
Niki Lauda
Red STP Oil Treatment Champion, FINA, Ford, Girling, Goodyear, Levi's Jeans, Shell, Vick Cough Drops
1973 Jean-Pierre Jarier Black Champion, Goodyear, Kendall Motor Oil, Shell
Red STP Oil Treatment Meubles Marcel ArnoldSasol (South African Grand Prix only)
Champion, FINA, Girling, Goodyear, Shell
Henri Pescarolo
Roger Williamson
Tom Wheatcroft Racing
1974 Vittorio Brambilla Orange Beta Utensili Champion, Goodyear, Valvoline
Howden Ganley Dark Green Champion, Goodyear
Hans-Joachim Stuck
Orange JägermeiÍter
Reine WIsell Orange Vastkust-Stugan Canon, Levi's Jeans, Tor Line, Valvoline
1975 Vittorio Brambilla Orange Beta Utensili Champion, Ferodo, Goodyear
Lella Lombardi White Lavazza, Elf AGV, Champion, Goodyear
Hans-Joachim Stuck
1976 Vittorio Brambilla Orange Beta Utensili Champion, Goodyear
Lella Lombardi Yellow Lavazza Champion, Goodyear
Ronnie Peterson Yellow and Blue Swedish flag
Champion, Duckhams, FINA, Goodyear, Shell

Monaco Fine Arts Gallery (Monaco Grand Prix only)
Duckhams (French Grand Prix only)
Macconal-Mason Gallery Fine Paintings (British Grand Prix only)
Red, White and Blue First National City Travelers Checks
John Day Model Cars (Dutch Grand Prix only)
White Theodore Racing Hong Kong (United States Grand Prix West only)
Hans-Joachim Stuck Champion, Goodyear, Valvoline

Monaco Fine Arts Gallery (Monaco Grand Prix only) Macconal-Mason Gallery Fine Paintings (British Grand Prix only)

John Day Model Cars
Orange JägermeiÍter
Arturo Merzario White Ovoro Champion, FINA, Goodyear, Marlboro
1977 Alex Ribeiro Red Hollywood Goodyear, Caixa, Jesus Saves, Rastro, Champion, Koni
Brian Henton Blue Rothmans International
Ian Scheckter Goodyear, Champion, Valvoline
White Sportsman Lager
Hans-Joachim Stuck White Lexington Racing
1981 Derek Daly Black, White Guinness, Rizla+. EMCO Drehmaschinen, Esso, E-Z Wider, ICI Chemical & Plastics, Mangels Wheels, Moulin Rouge, Rainbow Jeanswear, Ultramar, Valvoline
Eliseo Salazar Din, Rizla+. Esso, Joker, Michelin, Tacora, Tecfin, Toyota
1982 Jochen Mass Black and Green

White and Blue

Newsweek, Rizla+. (South African Grand Prix only)

Rothmans International (Brazilian Grand Prix onwards)

Banco Comind, Café do Brasil, Embratur, ICI Record, Miti SpA, Newsweek, Rizla+., Valvoline
Rupert Keegan
Raul Boesel
Emilio de Villota Blue LBT Synthetic Engine Oil Crysen Corporation, Rizla+., Texas UK, Visit Spain
1987 Ivan Capelli Light Blue Leyton House Cobra
1988 Ivan Capelli

Maurício Gugelmin

Diesel, Annic, Cobra, Diavia, Osama
1989 Ivan Capelli

Maurício Gugelmin

BP, Annic, Osama, Diavia
1990 Ivan Capelli

Maurício Gugelmin

BP, Annic, Osama, Diavia, Carglass
1991 Ivan Capelli

Maurício Gugelmin Karl Wendlinger

BP, Annic, Osama, Diavia, Autoglass
1992 Karl Wendlinger

Paul Belmondo Emanuele Naspetti Jan Lammers

Uliveto, BFI, Rizla+, Blaupunkt, Autoglass BP, Rial, Bon Appetit, Sportrack, Antera Wheels, Corona.

Marussia

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Marussia entered Formula One in 2012 after Virgin Racing was renamed. The team was renamed as Manor in 2016.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2012 Black, Red White, Grey Marussia Motors Virgin, QNET, CNBC, Pirelli
2013 Red, Black White QNET, Sage ERP X3, Antler, Bifold, Pirelli, RBK TV
2014 QNET, Sage ERP X3, Bifold, ROYALS, ARMIN STROM, Pirelli
2015 Red, White Black, Blue Flex-Box Airbnb, Erreà, Pirelli, Coupons.com, Alaska Coffee Roasting, Shazam

MasterCard Lola

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Mastercard Lola folded after failing to qualify in the opening race.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1997 Blue Red, White, Orange MasterCard, Pennzoil Lycra, Lola, Track & Field, Men's Health, Safra, Bridgestone

Matra

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Except for the Matra MS9 car, entered by the British Ken Tyrrell's privateer team Matra International in the British racing green at the first race of the 1968 season (the 1968 South African Grand Prix), all Matra F1 cars entered by both the French works team Equipe Matra Sports (1967-1968 and 1970-1972) and the British privateer team Matra International (1968-1969) always kept the Bleu de France, the national racing colour of France.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) / Notes
1968 (Matra MS9 car) Green Caltex
1968 Blue Matra, Elf (Matra MS10 car) A French, British and Scottish flag in honour of the constructor (Matra), team (Matra International) and driver (Jackie Stewart) respectively (Jackie Stewart's Matra MS10 car).
1969 Blue White Matra, Dunlop Elf
19701972 Blue Green and White (Pescarolo's car), White and Red (Beltoise's car) Matra-Simca Goodyear, Elf

McLaren

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The first McLaren Formula One car raced at the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix was painted white with a green stripe to represent a fictional Yamura team in John Frankenheimer's film Grand Prix.[46] Though both based as well as licensed in Britain the McLaren team never entered their cars in the British racing green. McLaren and Marlboro had the longest sponsorship deal between a team and its title sponsor in Formula One history which lasted for 23 consecutive seasons (19741996).[47] McLaren then aligned with West (19972005) and Vodafone (20072013). In 2019, McLaren became the second Formula One team to sign a sponsorship deal with a tobacco company with British American Tobacco[48] since Formula One banned tobacco advertising in 2006.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Livery/Principal sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
Location-specific livery changes (2011–present)
1966 White, Black
1967 White, Red
19671968 Red, Black
19681972 Yellow, Orange White Goodyear, Reynolds Aluminium, Autolite, Gulf, BP, Sasol
19721974 White Black and Red Yardley Goodyear, Heuer, Champion, Gulf, Texaco, Lockheed
1974-1996 Red and White Marlboro TAG Group (1983–1996), Texaco (1974–1979), Castrol (1980), Unipart (1981–1983), Valvoline (1981), Shell (1984–1994), Mobil 1 (1995–1996), Hugo Boss (1984–1996), Honda (1988–1992), Saima Avandero (1984–1986), Showa (1988–1991), Tencel (1995), Kmart (1993), Courtaulds (1989–1995), Goodyear (1974–1980, 1985–1996), Michelin (1981–1984), Hercules (1981–1987), Ford (1993), Peugeot (1994), Mercedes-Benz (1995–1996), Loctite (1995–1996), Camozzi (1991–1996) Marlboro was replaced by a chevron (1974), barcode (1984–1985, 1987–1992) or with McLaren brand (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.
1978-1979 White Blue, Gold Löwenbräu (1978 United States Grand Prix, 1978 Canadian Grand Prix and 1979 Long Beach Grand Prix) Marlboro, Texaco, Goodyear, Champion
19972005 Black Silver West Mercedes-Benz, Mobil, Siemens (2004–2005), Mobil 1, CA, Inc. (1997–2002), Hugo Boss, SAP (1997, 2001–2005), Schuco, Locitte (1997–2003), Sonax (2003), Sun Microsystems, Henkel (2004–2005), Siemens Mobile (2001–2004), Warsteiner (1998–2002), Camozzi (1997–1998), Hilton Hotels & Resorts (2005), Goodyear (1997), Bridgestone (1998–2001), Fujitsu Siemens (1999–2000) "West" was removed or 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).
2006 Chrome Black and Red Mercedes-Benz, Mobil 1, Johnnie Walker, Siemens, AT&T, Hugo Boss, SAP, Mobil 1, Schuco, Henkel, Hilton, Emirates Johnnie Walker logos were either removed, or replaced by "Keep Walking" logos or Diageo's logo in Turkey, for races in Muslim countries which forbid alcohol advertising. They are still absent in those countries.
20072013 Chrome Red Vodafone Mercedes-Benz, Mobil 1, Johnnie Walker (2007–2011), Aigo (2007–2011), Santander (2007–2009), Hugo Boss, Bridgestone (2007–2010), SAP (2007–2009), Xtb (2010), AkzoNobel (2011), Pirelli (2011–2013), Lucozade (2012–2013), Maximuscle (2012), Tooned (2012–2013), Claro (2013) In the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix, because of Vodafone's 45% stake in Verizon Wireless and the lack of other North American business operations, there is a co-branding of Vodafone and Verizon.

In the 2012 United States Grand Prix, the Vodafone branding is replaced with Verizon Wireless (then a joint venture of Verizon and Vodafone).

Vodafone partners replaced the brand in the 2013 Bahrain and United States Grands Prix. Zain was used in Bahrain whereas Verizon was used in Austin.

2014 Chrome Black Mercedes-Benz, Mobil 1, Hugo Boss, TAG Heuer, SAP, Pirelli, Johnnie Walker, Esso, ASOS.com
2015 Chrome, Black (Australia to Bahrain) Red Honda, Johnnie Walker, Mobil 1, Pirelli, SAP, CNN, TAG Heuer, Hilton, Segafredo, KPMG, Esso
Dark Grey (Spain to Abu Dhabi)
2016 Dark Grey Red Honda, Johnnie Walker, Mobil 1, Pirelli, SAP, CNN, Hilton, Segafredo, KPMG, Esso, Richard Mille, Sensodyne, NRF, NTT Communications, Michael Kors, Chandon Chandon replaced by stars (Bahrain), or removed (Abu Dhabi). Esso is replaced by Mobil in Australia, and Exxon in the United States.
2017 Orange, Black White Honda, Johnnie Walker, Castrol, Pirelli, SAP, CNN, Richard Mille, NTT Communications, Michael Kors, Hilton, NRF, Logitech, Chandon, World's Fastest Gamer Chandon replaced by stars or McLaren wordmark (Rear wing), Johnnie Walker removed.
2018 Orange Blue, Black Renault, Dell Technologies, NTT Communications, Petrobras, Logitech, Airgain, Pirelli, SAP, Richard Mille, Kimoa, Hilton, NRF, CNBC, Lubrax, Coca-Cola, McLaren Shadow, Logitech, FxPro, Chandon
2019 Renault, A Better Tomorrow, Estrella Galicia, Petrobras, Lubrax, Pirelli, SAP, McLaren Shadow, CNBC, Huski Chocolate, Richard Mille, FxPro, Hilton, Coca-Cola, Arrow Electronics, Logitech, Dell Technologies, AutoNation, ScanSource, Mission Foods, Automation Anywhere, KAUST A Better Tomorrow livery advertises BAT product brands Vuse (previously Vype) & Velo (previously Lyft). The advertising space is either sold by BAT or replaced with BAT-affiliated partners in countries where BAT do not sell Vuse or Velo[49] or in countries that bans tobacco advertising. Vuse also partnered with McLaren to race bespoke liveries designed by emerging artists for the 2021 to 2023 Abu Dhabi Grands Prix.

McLaren raced a one-off special Gulf livery at the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix.

At the 2021 French Grand Prix, McLaren raced a tribute livery to long time McLaren Group shareholder Mansour Ojjeh, who had passed away before the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

OKX collaborated with McLaren to race the "Future Mode" and "Stealth Mode" liveries for the 2022 and 2023 Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix respectively.

At the 2023 Monaco and Spanish Grands Prix, McLaren raced a special livery to celebrate McLaren's Triple Crown of Motorsport achievement. McLaren later raced a chrome livery inspired by the 2006–2014 livery for the 2023 British Grand Prix in collaboration with Google Chrome. For the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix, McLaren raced a special Jack Daniel's branded livery.

20202021 A Better Tomorrow Renault (2020), Estrella Galicia (2020), Automation Anywhere (2020), Pirelli, McLaren Shadow, CNBC, Huski Chocolate, Richard Mille, FxPro, Hilton, Arrow Electronics, Dell Technologies, Darktrace, Tumi, Klipsch, Splunk, Coca-Cola, Buzz & Co, FAI Aviation Group, KAUST, Logitech, Mission Foods (2020), Gulf Oil, Miory Steel, Cisco Webex (2021), Bitci.com (2021), QNTMPAY (2021), PartyCasino/PartyPoker (2021), Alteryx (2021), Tezos (2021), DeWalt (2021), EasyPost (2021), Medallia (2021), Smartsheet (2021), DataRobot (2021), McLaren Artura (2021)
20222023 Pirelli, CNBC, Richard Mille, Hilton, Arrow Electronics, Medallia, Tezos, Alteryx, Smartsheet, Cisco Webex, Cisco (2023), Gulf Oil (2022), Dell Technologies, DeWalt, DataRobot (2022), Gopuff, KAUST, FAI Aviation Group, FxPro, Splunk, Darktrace, PartyCasino/PartyPoker, EasyPost, Immersivelab, Logitech, McLaren Artura (2022), Android, Google Chrome, OKX, Cadence, Goldman Sachs, VMware, DP World (2023), Jack Daniel's (2023), Castore (2023), HaloITSM (2023), NTT Data (2023)
2024 Orange Black OKX, Google Chrome A Better Tomorrow, Pirelli, Cisco (Cisco Webex), DP World, CNBC, Richard Mille, Hilton, Alteryx, Dell Technologies, DeWalt, FxPro, Darktrace, Cadence, Goldman Sachs, Jack Daniel's, NTT Data, Gopuff, Arrow Electronics, KAUST, FAI Aviation Group, VMware, Estrella Galicia, HaloITSM, Workday, Dropbox, Airwallex, eBay, Monster Energy, Castore, Ecolab

Mercedes-Benz

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Mercedes-Benz first competed in Formula One during the 1954 and 1955 seasons. This was in the time before sponsorship liveries and the team was using an all silver livery, the national racing color of Germany. The team was absent from Formula One after this, returning in 1994 as an engine supplier.

Mercedes-Benz rejoined Formula One as a team in 2010 after having purchased the Brawn GP team on 16 November 2009. On 21 December 2009 it signed a €30 million per season contract with Petronas as title sponsor.[50] 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 historic Mercedes race cars of the 1930s and 1950s. To celebrate their 125th anniversary in motorsport, Mercedes-Benz decided to launch a special one-off livery for the 2019 German Grand Prix. The livery was a homage to the first racing cars that Mercedes made.[51]

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
19541955 Silver White
2010 Black, Green Petronas, Mercedes Bridgestone, Aabar Investments, MIG, Henri Lloyd, Graham, Autonomy
2011 Green Aabar, Autonomy, Deutsche Post, MIG Bank, Graham London, Monster Energy, Pirelli
2012 Petronas, Mercedes-AMG Aabar, Deutsche Post, MIG Bank, Monster Energy, Pirelli, Puma
2013 Green and Black BlackBerry, MIG Bank, Monster Energy, Pirelli, Puma In Malaysia, the team promote Petronas Primax gasoline.
2014 Blue, Black BlackBerry, Monster Energy, Pirelli, Swissquote Bank, Puma
2015 BlackBerry, Monster Energy, Pirelli, Puma, Hugo Boss, Epson, Qualcomm
2016 Monster Energy, Pirelli, Puma, Hugo Boss, Epson, Qualcomm, IWC
2017 Monster Energy, Pirelli, Puma, Hugo Boss, Epson, Qualcomm
2018 UBS, Qualcomm, Epson, Bose, Tommy Hilfiger, Pirelli, Puma, Monster Energy, IWC
2019 UBS, Qualcomm, Epson, Bose, Tommy Hilfiger, Pirelli, Puma, IWC Schaffhausen, Marriott Bonvoy, Monster Energy, CrowdStrike, TIBCO, Pure Storage, Tata Communications, ebmpapst, OMP Racing, Axalta, ASSOS, OZ Racing, Brembo, Endless Brake Technology, Seedlip During the Monaco round of the championship, the team, memorialising three-time champion and team key member Niki Lauda, who had died less than a week prior to the race, painted their halos red and included a message reading "Danke Niki" on the nosecone and a red version of the Mercedes three-pointed star on the engine cover (the latter would be kept for the rest of the season and would appear on future cars).[52]

During the German Grand Prix, the team raced with a one-off livery to celebrate their 125th anniversary in motorsport.[51]

2020 Black Blue, Red AMD, Ineos, Epson, CrowdStrike, Pirelli, Tommy Hilfiger, IWC Schaffhausen During the pre-season testing usual silver livery was used. In Abu Dhabi in honour of the seventh Constructors' Cup win, the livery featured names of each worker of the team.
2021 AMD, Ineos, Epson, Pirelli, Tommy Hilfiger, IWC Schaffhausen, TeamViewer, CrowdStrike, FTX, Kingspan
2022 Silver AMD, Ineos, Pirelli, Tommy Hilfiger, IWC Schaffhausen, TeamViewer, CrowdStrike, Kingspan, FTX, Akkodis The team raced with a black ring around the roll hoop at the Italian Grand Prix to mourn the death of Elizabeth II.
2023 Black Green, Silver AMD, Ineos, Pirelli, IWC Schaffhausen, TeamViewer, CrowdStrike, Akkodis, Solera Holdings, Qualcomm Snapdragon, Einhell, G42, Nuvei For the Spanish Grand Prix, the Mercedes logo on the nose was changed to a rainbow star.[53]
2024 AMD, Ineos, Pirelli, IWC Schaffhausen, TeamViewer, CrowdStrike, Akkodis, Solera Holdings, Qualcomm Snapdragon, Einhell, G42, SAP

Merzario

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1977 Red Fina, Goodyear
1978 (first version) Red Marlboro Goodyear, Champion
1978 (second version) Red Black Marlboro Goodyear, Gulf, Champion
1978 (third version) Black Green Marlboro, Florbath Goodyear, Rodacciai, Champion
1979 Yellow Black Marlboro, Florbath RETE, Rodacciai, Goodyear, Champion, Magneti Marelli, La Varesina Sofam Onoranze Funebri

Midland

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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 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(s) Additional colour(s) Livery sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2006 Grey White, Red Midland Rhino's, Mingya, JVC, Zim, TrekStor, Weigl, MAN, Euro Poker.com, Superfund, Toyota
2006 (after Spyker takeover) Orange Silver Spyker, Rhino's Mingya, Euro Poker.com, Zim, TrekStor, Weigl, MAN, JVC, Superfund, Toyota

Minardi

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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/alcohol livery changes
1985 Yellow Black Simod Sportshoes, Gilmar Resta, Pirelli, Brembo, Koni
1986 Yellow Black Simod Sportshoes, Gilmar Resta, Agip, Pirelli, Magneti Marelli
1987 Yellow Black Simod Sportshoes, Minardi Reporter, Intercosmo, Lois, Resta
1988 Black, Yellow White Cimaron, Lois Gilmar, Resta, Simair, Goodyear, Koni, Atlantic, Sanyo, Camel
1989 Black Yellow Simod Sportshoes, Campogalliano Ceramiche Mokador, Cavallo, Atlantic, Pirelli, Marri, Resta, IBF Formularios
1990 White, Yellow Black Scm Group, Sime, Lois Mokador, Malizia, Agip, Pirelli, Resta, Roltra
19911992 Black, Yellow White minardi, Campogalliano Ceramiche Mercatone Uno, Scm Group, Lamborghini, Chrysler, Agip, Sasiem, Resta, IBF Formularios
1993 White, Black Yellow Beta, minardi, Valleverde Mercatone Uno, COCIF, Agip, Roerig, Magneti Marelli, Goodyear, Malaguti
1994 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
19951996 Dark Blue, Fluorescent Green White Doimo, Valleverde, BRUMS, Catamaran Watches, Ford, Clearly Canadian, Marlboro (1995) Bossini, Beta, Goodyear, RBM, Fondmetal, Império Bonança, Galletti-Boston, Magneti Marelli, Mercatone Uno, RBM, Kamikawa Clinic, Lusfina Marlboro changed to bar code (1995)
1997 Black, Blue White, Yellow Mild Seven, Roces Doimo, Fondmetal, Magneti Marelli, COCIF, Beta, Valleverde Mild Seven changed to Mild Seven logo
1998 Blue White Fondmetal, Roces, Avex Group Doimo, Ventura, Telecom, Bossini, Visa, Beta Tools, Cimatron
1999 Silver, Blue None Telefónica, Ford, Roces, Fondmetal, Quilmes, Magneti Marelli, SAICO, Cimatron, Beta Tools, Sorbini, Doimo, PDP, Molveno Oem
2000 Yellow Blue Telefónica PSN, Doimo, COCIF, Fondmetal, PDP, Musashi, Cimatron, Brembo, Beta Tools, Sorbini, Frezia, I.A.N., Bridgestone, Magneti Marelli, Allegrini
2001 Black White European Aviation Magnum, LeasePlan, COCIF, Gericom, PDP, LG, Allegrini, Bossini, Ciet, Sorbini, Cimatron, Beta Tools, Michelin, Fabia, CorpoNove, Sebring, BioFox, Diemme, Magneti Marelli, C2C, Rolling Center
2002 Black Red, White Go KL (Kuala Lumpur), European Aviation, Magnum Asiatech, Magneti Marelli, Quadriga, Gazprom, Beta Tools, Michelin, Cimatron, CPP, Brevi, Healthy, Admiral, Allegrini, PC Suria, 3D Systems
2003 Black White, Red Trust, Wilux, Muermans Groep, European Aviation Gazprom, Superfund, Cimatron, Beta Tools, Magneti Marelli, JSP, Palmer Sport, Allegrini, Brevi, Halfords, SBS, SWS, LeasePlan, Stayer
2004 Black, Green White, Red Trust, Wilux, Muermans Groep, Superfund OzJet, UNIQA, Magneti Marelli, ER9S, CIB Lizing, Brevi, Allegrini, Fondmetal, COCIF, Feedback, CONNECT, Cimatron, Beta Tools, Santogal Grupo, Auto Glym, 3D Systems, LeasePlan, Bridgestone During the 2004 United States Grand Prix, Minardi's livery featured logos of Mandemakers Keukens and Goldenpalace.com. The team also ran without sponsorship on race day at the 2004 British Grand Prix due to the death of Sporting Director, John Walton.
2005 Black White OzJet co2neutraal.tv, Lost Boys, MAN, JVC, Muermans Group, SMP Bank, Upex, Kärnten, LB Icon, Beta Tools, Midac, Magneti Marelli, LeasePlan, Bridgestone

Modena

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1991 Blue Black Victors, Grana Padano, LeasePlan, Central Park Hotel Agip, Goodyear, Radar, Lamborghini, Nolan


Onyx

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes(s)
1989 Blue White, Pink Moneytron Marlboro, P'tit Lou, Autokrant, CAPA, Goodyear, Nokia Data, Neste Oil "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

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
1980 White Blue MS Denim, Goodyear, Sachs, Ferodo, Mobil 1, Motul, Pioneer, Saima Avandero
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, Fondmetal
1988 Black Yellow, White Stievani, Rosa Arpo, North Pole, Fondmetal, Agip
1989 White Red, Black Fondmetal Rosa, Sirena, Magneti Marelli, Tardito
1990 Black Orange, Red Fondmetal Sirena, Arpo, SPAL, Tardito, Rosa

Pacific

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Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes(s)
1994 Silver Blue, Pink Igol Lubrificants, 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, Hewlett Packard, Antera Ursus logo was removed

Penske

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Penske competed in the Formula One World Championship as a chassis constructor from 1974 to 1977 and as a works team from 1974 to 1976 and maintained its team's livery and sponsors throughout its three seasons competing in Formula One as a team.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Notes
19741976 White Red, Blue First National City Travelers Checks Goodyear, Sunoco, Norton, Spirit A US flag as a mark of the team's nationality.

Prost

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Prost competed in Formula One for five seasons, with similar liveries in each season, despite changing sponsors.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Non-tobacco/alcohol livery changes
19972000 Blue Black Gauloises, PlayStation, Yahoo! (2000), AGFA Société Bic, Alcatel (1997–1999), Peugeot (1998–2000), Sodexho (1999–2000), Catia Solutions, Canal+ (1997–1999), Bridgestone, New Man (1999–2000), Giordana (1997), LVS (1997–1998) Gauloises was removed or changed to "bar code" or to Alcatel at the 1998 French GP, British GP and German GP
2001 Blue Red Prost Grand Prix, PSN, Acer Dark Dog, Parmalat, Adecco, Brastemp, Česká pojišt'ovna, Catia Solutions, Magneti Marelli, Michelin, Altran, New Man
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

The team traces its roots back to Minardi (formed in 1985). Minardi was bought over by Red Bull in 2006 and was reformed as Scuderia Toro Rosso as a junior team to Red Bull Racing (RBR). In 2020, Toro Rosso was rebranded as Scuderia AlphaTauri to promote Red Bull's fashion brand of the same name while becoming the sister team to RBR. In 2024, AlphaTauri was rebranded as RB.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s) Special liveries
2024 Blue, White Silver, Red, Black Visa, Cash App, Red Bull Pirelli, Ravenol, Tudor Watches, XMTrading, NEFT Vodka, HRC/Honda, Epicor, PKN Orlen, Hugo Boss RB raced a special Chameleon Card livery for the Miami Grand Prix. The livery was also applied on RB's F1 Academy driver Amna Al Qubaisi's car for the Miami round.

Racing Point

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In 2018, Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll led a consortium to buy Force India, which was placed in administration after 11 years in the sport, and entered 2019 as Racing Point. For 2021, the team was rebranded as Aston Martin after Stroll bought a 16.7% stake in Aston Martin Lagonda.

Year Main colour(s) Additional colour(s) Main sponsor(s) Additional major sponsor(s)
2019 Pink, Blue White, Magenta, Grey SportPesa, BWT Hackett London, Claro, Telcel, Infinitum, NEC, Alpinestars, Pirelli, JCB, Acronis, Univa, Canada Life, Bombardier, Ravenol
2020 Pink White, Magenta BWT Hackett London, Claro, Telcel, Infinitum, Alpinestars, Pirelli, JCB, Univa, Canada Life, Bombardier, IFS, ZhongAn, Ravenol, Acronis
 
Sergio Pérez driving a Racing Point RP20

Rebaque

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Rebaque is the only Mexican team in F1 to date. Named after its driver Héctor 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

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