Flying Lizards unveil Troy Lee liveried art cars

jack_christie

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Flying Lizards and Troy Lee really nailed it again with these mega LeMans 2011 liveries.

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http://auto-racing.speedtv.com/article/le-mans-flying-lizard-unveils-troy-lee-liveries/

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Absolutely beautiful. :wub:
 

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Awesome, any high res photos?
 

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Flying Lizard FTW!
 

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These don't really show how the liveries appear IRL, but you can get an idea: Spotterguides
Based on these, I'll have to agree, they are by far the most recognizable. Although I really like the original Flying Lizard Livery.
 

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Hopefully this will make it easier to identify which 911s that CR need to punt off the track. :D
 

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NO PUNTING PORSCHES!

That makes coco sad. :(
 

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What about Corvettes punting others off? Like each other at Mid-Ohio in '08? Or like a GT-Am Porsche driven by an old man (literally) during the morning at Le Mans this year?

The GT-Am deserved it, it ignored blue flags and took the racing line, in a similar instance to the Audi getting taken out by the Fezza during the night. The Corvette (going at a much faster pace) had then effectively nowhere to go and not enough space to brake, and going over the kerb at the start of the corner broke the rear suspension. Magnussen was a passenger for everything after that.
 

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The GT-Am deserved it, it ignored blue flags and took the racing line, in a similar instance to the Audi getting taken out by the Fezza during the night. The Corvette (going at a much faster pace) had then effectively nowhere to go and not enough space to brake, and going over the kerb at the start of the corner broke the rear suspension. Magnussen was a passenger for everything after that.

Nobody deserves to be punted off the track. Particularly not when it ends with injuries for the driver who gets punted off.
 

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You missed the point. The point was as soon as the Vette was ran off the road, Magnussen was a passenger anyway, and the fault of the accident initially lay with the Porsche driver.
 

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If they don't want to lose their title of "Most successful marque at Le Mans" with 16 overall wins, they'll have to eventually get back to LMP racing. Then again, they also probably don't want to field a diesel, with the same argument as Aston Martin, their diesels are not really their biggest market. But as long as the regulations make petrol cars uncompetitive, Porsche won't return I think.
 
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