Rebellion Racing revealed their art car liveries for the 24 Hours of Le Mans earlier this week, becoming the first LMP1 team to run an artist livery on their machinery for the prestigious event.
Leaving their recognisable red-and-black liveries that they have been running for the FIA World Endurance Championship Super Season, the Swiss team have partnered with Los Angeles artist Tomyboy and his Rocketbyz brand for a bright neon duo of designs for the season finale.
The yellow, pink and green ‘splatter’ pattern is featured on both cars, with the #1, piloted by Andre Lotterer, Neel Jani and Bruno Senna, having a black base, whilst the sister #3, with Gustavo Menezes, Thomas Laurent and Nathanael Berthon at the wheel, featuring a white background that becomes a focus point of the design.
The two cars completed the Le Mans Test Day with there usual red-and-black looks before switching to their art car design ahead of scrutineering on Sunday.
This is the first time Le Mans has seen an art livery on an LMP1 car.