• Sep 19, 2006
The Dutch consortium led by Spyker Cars N.V. has wasted no time putting its stamp on the latest members of the Spyker Squadron, outfitting the Spyker MF1 racecars in the distinctive orange and silver livery used for its Le Mans Series sports cars.

Meanwhile up and coming French star Alexandre Premat has been announced as the team's third driver for the upcoming Chinese Grand Prix at the end of the month.

[Source: GrandPrix.com]

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      Has one road car made Spyker rich?
      Will Spyker be able to raise the team above permanent 2nd-to-last place?

      But I'm VERY glad to see a new national color on the grid. Those Midlands were confusing and unoriginal, as are some of the other liveries, specifically Super Aguri and Toro Rosso. I think Toyota, BMW, and maybe Red Bull could do better too - they've picked schemes that are more distinctive up close than on a TV. Williams has a nice scheme but it has no connection to national colors... it may be unique in that respect.

      Anyway, I like this one.