Formula 1 – 2005 Liveries

The trip down the F1 history continues with a look at the 2005 cars. This was the last time we could see the yellow color of former race winning Jordans, black and white perrenial backmarkers Minardi as well as Saubers (turned into BMW Saubers in 2006)… Several tobacco backed teams used alternative tobacco free liveries for races in countries where tobacco ads had been banned. McLaren went tobacco free half way through the season. Jordans and Minardis kept changing their looks with new sponsors coming and going. Red Bull went mad in Monaco… Toyota seems to be very happy with their boring livery, they haven’t changed it much since they entered F1…

Ferrari
Ferrari – Marlboro version

Ferrari
Ferrari – Tobacco Free

McLaren
West McLaren

McLaren
West McLaren West Free Version

McLaren
Johnnie Walker McLaren

Williams
BMW Williams

Renault
Mild Seven Renault

Renault
Renault Tobacco Free

BAR
BAR Lucky Strike

BAR
BARcode BAR

BAR
BAR Tobacco Free

BAR
BAR 555 version for China

RedBull
Red Bull

RedBull
Star Wars Red Bull Monaco

Toyota
Toyota

Sauber
Sauber Petronas

Jordan
Jordan On Edge

Jordan
Jordan (Tobacco on rear wing)

Jordan
Jordan almost no ads

Jordan
Jordan with few more ads

Jordan
Jordan almost no ads

Minardi
Minardi

Minardi
Minardi after JVC came on board

Read also:
2007 Liveries
2006 Liveries

Note:
The photos used here were found floating around the web, authors unknown.

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