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F1 2022

Clear winner as F1 fans pick the best-looking car on the 2022 grid

RacingNews365.com readers have been voting for their favourite F1 car ahead of the new season. Check out the results below!

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A firm favourite 2022 car and livery combination has emerged amongst Formula 1 fans in the latest RacingNews365.com poll.

At the time of publishing, the Ferrari F1-75, featuring aggressive design elements and a revised red/black livery, gathered a majority 36 per cent share of the votes.

That put the Scuderia comfortably clear of the Gulf-inspired McLaren MCL36 and the all-green Aston Martin AMR22, which were tied on 13 per cent.

Closed behind, the silver Mercedes W13 finished with a 12 per cent share, and the last of the cars on the 2022 grid to reach double figures. Mercedes' 2021 title rivals, Red Bull, placed back in sixth with their RB18, having been backed by seven per cent of voters.

At the bottom of the list, the Haas VF-22, which switched to an all-white livery for the final day of last week's Barcelona test, received just one per cent of the vote.

Check out the full results from the poll below.

The best-looking 2022 F1 car according to RacingNews365.com readers

Number Car Percentage
1 Ferrari F1-75 36%
2 McLaren MCL36 13%
3 Aston Martin AMR22 13%
4 Mercedes W13 12%
5 Alfa Romeo C42 8%
6 Red Bull RB18 7%
7 Alpine A522 4%
8 Williams FW44 4%
9 AlphaTauri AT03 2%
10 Haas VF-22 1%

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