F1: Ranking the 2019 Formula 1 liveries, worst to best
- With the 2019 F1 season almost here, here's every livery of every team ranked based on how good they look at 375 kmph.
With less than a month to go until the first round of the 2019 F1 Season, every single one of the 2019 teams have revealed their car liveries. Some of the teams have chosen to spice things up in a radical fashion, including F1's mainstays and with testing underway and every team looking to outdo the other in the preseason, we need to definitively rank how they each did in the style department.
Some of the teams swung big and landed, while others missed or played it rather safe, making for an interesting mix of liveries in the rankings this year. The livery department is one where everyone has a level playing field to get to the top of the table. Whether you're a backmarker or a title challenger you always have the opportunity to create a stunning car.
Whether a teams prowess on track will coincide with their livery quality is to be seen. Some top teams could falter, and some slower cars could still look great while chugging along. Obviously, these rankings are only one person's opinion so feel free to leave your opinions in the comments. Time to rank some liveries!
Having ditched title sponsor Martini for the 2019 season, Williams had a great opportunity to rethink their White and Blue design completely this year. However, with a world of opportunity on their table, Williams instead chose the same color scheme with an altered fade style and an out of place looking "ROKiT" branded across the car.
Releasing this livery in a poorly lit setting and not rocking it up to testing makes it even harder to find any positive aspects of the paint job. Every other team may have stayed stagnant or taken a small step forward, but as far as I'm concerned, Williams is the only livery of this year to have taken a step back.