For the 87th 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend, privateer squad Rebellion Racing will be competing in the first racing LMP1 art cars in history. The Swiss team has partnered with LA-based musician Tomyboy, who is setting out to splash the world with fluorescence under the moniker of RocketByz, and designed two eye-catching liveries for the R-13 LMP1 race cars.
While most art cars usually sit in museums, the two Rebellion art liveries will replace the usual black and red look for the weekend. The #1 car features splashes of magenta, lime and yellow on background, and will be piloted by Neel Jani, Andre Lotterer, and Bruno Senna. The #3 car, driven by Gustavo Menezes, Nathanael Berthon, and Thomas Laurent, shares the same palette but using yellow as the background shade makes it pop out even more. The Rebellion Timepieces is also releasing a limited watch of 20 pieces under the same theme.