Alfa Romeo 184T(B) F296 GT3 (F1 1984/85) || ACC Custom Livery

When I posted the Yardley McLaren M23 livery, someone on Reddit complained that I was only making these F1 retro liveries for the McLaren car. This led me to contemplate which other GT3 cars would be a natural match with a historic Formula 1 livery. Unsurprisingly, the first car to pop into my mind was the Ferrari 296 GT3. Not just because of Ferrari’s history, but also the numerous other Italian outfits which have participated in Formula 1. This led to me selecting three of my favourites:

You can find these cars and all my other Formula 1-inspired custom liveries for Assetto Corsa Competizione on the Formula 1 livery collection page.

The Alfa Romeo 184T

The Alfa Romeo 184T is both the last and not the last car of the Alfa Romeo team in F1, before the Sauber-based iteration at least. This is a cryptic way of saying that the Alfa Romeo 185T which was meant to replace the 184T for the 1985 season was so bad they pulled it after a couple of races. Instead opting to make a B-spec of the 184T, named the 184TB. Ultimately, Alfa Romeo pulled out of F1 altogether ahead of the 1986 season.

Alfa Romeo 184T at Zandvoort in 1984, picture via Flickr
1985 Alfa Romeo 184TB with slightly revised livery

The livery I ended up making is a mix between the A- and B-specs of the car’s livery. Both feature the Benetton brand, which was previously featured on the 1983 Tyrrell 012. I partly chose to make this livery since I already had most of the logos needed to make the car. And of course, because I like the colour scheme with green and red with white details.

The final result can be seen in the video (above) or screenshots below. Do you want to download and use the final livery? Feel free to do so by clicking the big red bar below which leads you to my shared Google Drive.

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Alfa Romeo 184T F296 GT3 livery – studio shots

Alfa Romeo 184T F296 GT3 – action shots


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