There's no excuse for F1 to be ugly

There's no excuse for F1 to be ugly

PETER STEVENS, the man behind the look of the McLaren F1, 1999 Le Mans-winning BMW and Subaru's WRC cars, says F1 2014 is an affront to good design

Does it matter what Formula 1 cars look like?

The short answer is yes; they are supposed to represent the pinnacle of contemporary engineering creativity and excellence. F1 is a worldwide entertainment industry and a shop window for wealthy and high-profile multinational companies to bring their products or services to the attention of millions.

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