#YellowSquad reveals its Formula 1-inspired 2020 livery
#YellowSquad has unveiled its racing livery for the 2020 rallycross season, which will be seen in both the RX2 International Series and RallyX Nordic Supercar Lites category this year.
Norwegian racer Henrik Krogstad and Czech teenager Dan Skocdopole will pilot the cars during the 2020 season, with the attention to detail demonstrated on the team’s livery symbolising the highly professional approach #YellowSquad is taking to its first Supercar Lites campaign.
The team’s livery has been created by top motorsport designer Adrien Paviot, who is best known for designing the helmets of Formula 1 stars like Charles Leclerc, Romain Grosjean and Pierre Gasly, plus WRC champions Sébastien Loeb and Sébastien Ogier.
Paviot also designed the livery for Loeb’s record-breaking Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak car, and is responsible for designing Team Hansen’s World RX cars.
The new livery’s first appearance on-track will be this Thursday, when the RallyX Nordic Magic Weekend at Höljes begins with a double-header to get #YellowSquad’s 2020 programme underway.