Design: Marlboro McLaren Honda Custom ACC Livery

For our upcoming Ayrton Senna Tribute Event (May 1st, 2021) I created an in-game livery resembling the iconic Marlboro McLaren Honda livery (run in F1 by McLaren from 1973 through 1996), which I used to create the events’ poster.

I thought that would be the end of it, but I got a glimpse of inspiration. I used said glimpse to further expand upon this idea, and make a proper Marlboro McLaren Honda. Specifically, I based it on the McLaren MP4-6 with which Ayrton Senna won the 1991 Formula 1 World Drivers Championship (my birth year, too!). The result of my creativity you can see (and download, for free) in this post!

This is another semi-custom livery. This means I used an existing template to add more graphical elements to. This has the added benefit that (when using this livery online) people will still see a big part of the livery. To explain through showing, view the differences below.

Download

>> USE THIS LINK TO DOWNLOAD THE FILES DIRECTLY FROM MY SHARED GOOGLE DRIVE FOLDER <<

In order to install this liveries, simply download them from the download link and extract the files to your ‘Assetto Corsa Competizione\Customs’-folder located in your Documents folder. You can then further personalize the design using the in-game editor.

Screenshots

To showcase the livery a bit more, I’ve got some pictures for you. First, some studio pictures and then some action shots from a morning stroll at Suzuka (without any post-processing added, I swear!).

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Thanks for reading!

If you liked this livery, please consider sharing this post or rating the livery on RaceDepartment – which would help my motivation a lot. If you read this before May 2nd, this means you can still take part in our Ayrton Senna Tribute Race, feel free to join us in our discord beforehand!

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Please, let me know what you think!