Honda F1 team to promote "Green" with their 2007 livery?
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No, there isn't much green about Formula One. But over on Autoblog, they've got a photo of what may be the new 2007 paint scheme that will adorn Honda's RA107. This will be the first time the cars from the team born a decade ago as British American Racing have been devoid of Lucky Strike branding. Interestingly, there appears to be no new title sponsor to replace the tobacco brand. Instead F1-Live has speculated that the new scheme will focus on Honda's 'commitment to raising environmental awareness'. There is also speculation that Google may be the title sponsor, and the scheme may feature rotating images from Google Earth. Now if they would just add a hybrid drive-train and run on bio-fuel, it might really fit in here. The official announcement comes on Monday, so stay tuned.
[Source: Autoblog - thanks to Joseff for the tip to AB]
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