PHOTO: THE 2017 Fiestas of Sébastien Ogier (top) and Ott Tänak have shown off part of their new liveries for the season opener at Rallye Monte-Carlo (M-Sport pics).
FORD team M-Sport has revealed part of the livery of Sébastien Ogier’s new Fiesta that he’ll drive in the 2017 WRC.
Pictures of the car released on Christmas day feature a Red Bull design representing Ogier’s personal sponsor and resembling that of his 2016 Volkswagen Polo R.
However, M-Sport will not launch Ogier’s final livery until the annual Autosport International Show, which opens in Birmingham on 12 January – just a week before before driver and car line up for the opening round at Rallye Monte-Carlo.
The design will be exclusive to Ogier’s car, while the team’s other new recruit, Ott Tänak, will run with a design adapted from the camouflage scheme of the 2017 Fiesta prototype.
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