FJD Performance’s New MK II Race Livery

At the end of the 2019 season, we brain stormed up a new design for flagship car, The Mare, and over the course of 2020 and the begining of 2021 we set out to make the new vision a reality. Like our previous design, we utilized Forza Motorsport 7’s excellent game design features.

We had to start with a clean slate, so we ripped off the old vinyl livery design and over the course of a month started wrapping the entire car one body part at a time, starting with the fenders and the bumpers.

From here we started to wrap little pieces here and there like the liscense plate framing, A and C pillars and the tail lights until we got around to the doors and quarter panels. Following that up we started to apply the accents that help pull the design together.

After finishing off the majority of the body we started to apply the finer details with flags, sponsors, performance parts that we’re running and the rest of the works.

It took us some time to find a color that we liked, and luckily this vinyl was up to the task at hand. The color changes depending on the lighting and it serves as a good base for the car. Thank You to those that helped out, kept this a secret and helped with the inspiration.

If you guys are still wondering, this new design was modeled, inspired and is a tribute to the 1966 GT40 MkII piloted by Ken Miles and Denny Hulme at Le Mans.


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