Concept: How F1 cars would look with a coloured Halo – Motorsport.com

Up until now, all the cars equipped with Halo during practice sessions have been equipped with a plain black version of the device.
And while certain teams have added sponsor logos, nobody has tested a coloured version to match the rest of the livery.
Although Halo is often derided for the way it looks, here is what it would look like for each team if it were designed to fit in with the rest of the colour scheme.
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