Ferrari 641 F296 GT3 (F1 1990) || 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 Ferrari 641

The Ferrari 641 might be my favourite F1 car, based on its looks alone. In terms of performance, this car didn’t do too bad as well. In the hands of Nigel Mansell and Alain Prost, the car scored 6 victories – 5 of which by Prost. Unfortunately for Prost, there was a guy called Ayrton Senna in a McLaren, resulting in a second place in the WCC and WDC.

Prost sparking through a corner in the Ferrari 641, picture from

This era of Ferrari Formula 1 cars featured a deep red with just a few logos and no other design gimmicks. This leads to a very clean look, and admittedly a very easy-to-recreate livery. However, the resulting livery immediately evokes memories of the 641. At least, to me. Which means that it succeeds in triggering nostalgia. Not to F1 itself, since this car drove a year before I was born, but to a model of the car my dad had on his computer shelf.

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.

Download the Ferrari 641 F296 livery here

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Ferrari 641 F296 GT3 livery – studio shots

Ferrari F296 GT3 – action shots


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