Ferrari and McLaren both changed branding on their cars for the Australian Grand Prix, due to complaints about their links to tobacco companies. That brought back memories of when several teams on the grid carried full-on tobacco sponsorship, and they would have to change their liveries when racing in countries where cigarette sponsorship was outlawed. In this video we take a look back at seven popular methods that were used by teams during this period.
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|Episode title:||Seven ways F1 teams covered up tobacco advertising|