Revealed: What F1's 2018 grid looks like without the halo – Motorsport.com

In this exclusive 3D video, Autosport’s Andrew van de Burgt explains the background behind the halo and the way that the three top teams have integrated it (or not!) into their liveries…
Video by: Dean & Emma Wright
In this photo gallery, our graphic designer Camile De Bastiani has removed the halo from all of the 2018 F1 designs, to show how much the appearance of the cars has been changed…
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