Marlboro F1 livery is one of the most recognizable color schemes in the motorsport world. This doesn't come as a surprise. The red and white color combination decorates the cars of world champions and all-time legends such as Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna, Niki Lauda and Alain Prost.

The history of the tobacco brand in F1 starts in 1973 with a Mclaren partnership, which held for almost three decades. In the '80s the famous logo is under threat due to an advertising ban on tobacco products in several markets. All this resulted in a weird at first barcode, which remained the closest thing to the original text. Later the red and white colors became the only apparent reference to the tobacco brand.

In 1996 the Marlboro livery found its place on Ferrari cars, and as of today, it's still is the only tobacco brand associated with the sport.

marlboro livery in Formula 1

Maybe we should all thank Marlboro. Because of the vast sums, they poured into the sport, we saw some epic rivalries. We remember clearly these between Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost and Niki Lauda. In 1984 the Austrian won the championship against Prost half of a point. The smallest margin in the history of Formula One.

The Marlboro racing livery wasn't reserved just for Formula One. It also made history in the Indy Car Championship with Team Penske who won few titles.

You can also own a small part of the world racing history. This Marlboro F1 livery art poster is made by the artist Marco de Toma and published by Simply Petrol.



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