MacG Racing first entered the Britcar series in 2011, and since has accumulated several wins and podiums. Working with then-driver for MacG Racing Esports Isaac Raine, I was commissioned to create and design the liveries for their two seperate entries in the Britcar E-Series.
The first car I was commissioned to work on was the Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 003C, a machine packing a 3.5L twin turbo V6, producing a restricted maximum 500BHP, due to FIA regulations. The livery itself follows the MacG colours of yellow and black, and the idea here was to represent the raw power and sting of the car. The car is designed to represent a hornet, bright yellow with sharp, black lines and stripes.
The second car I designed for MacG Racing Esports was the Morgan Aero 8 GT2, powered by a 4.4L naturally aspirated V8, producing 500BHP. The livery has been translated from the SCG 003C, with more black being used around the lower base of the vehicle.