With the multitude of cars, past and present, on display at the weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, I thought I would rattle off, to my eye, the most aestetically pleasing F1 cars.
Not only was this car a groundbreaking innovation, with its ground effect, the black livery lent the car visual appeal.
This was the car, with its active suspension, that powered Nigel Mansell to nine victories, and the championship, in 1992.
With that scarlet red and white livery and clean design (before winglets adorned the cars), this was a spectacularly-looking Ferrari.
2006 saw the introduction of a brand new livery mated to the MP4-21
I think the BGP001 is a serious contender for the prettiest car of the current field, made pretty by the new rules banning aero add-ons.