|Interesting thing about the German race cars of the period. Originally their race colours were white, however they soon realised that paint cost money and weighed a significant amount so their cars were made with a polished unpainted metal finish to reduce cost and weight. As it happens it also reduced drag.|
Afterwards when Japan were to join the racing scene they adopted the white paint scheme.
Of course all of this fell by the wayside when sponsors wanted their own paint schemes.
|we dont see the car a lot|
|Is this ok?|
|If you can do it, then sure. On track screenshot is always better.|
|Would it be better if i replace the dealership screenshot with a better one set on a track??|
|Welcome back , Auto Union|
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