Wednesday | 01 Dec 2021

Franjo claims WRC 10 Livery Editor honours

Franjo has been announced as the winner of the WRC 10 best livery, using the all-new livery editor tools in WRC 10 to come up with his winning design

Franjo beat out a number of high-level entries, winning the main prize of a copy of the World Rally Guide (signed by Sébastien Loeb), a limited-edition WRC 10 poster (all cars), a code for the Subaru Impreza WRC 1997 DLC and a code for the 1998 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V DLC.

Finishing second was reigning eSports WRC champion Nexl, while Noel, DioxZy and Kai Schröder filled out the top-five spots.

Franjo's winning design

KT Racing Game Director Alain Jarnou said: "Congratulations to all the participants and in particular Franjo for their work & creativity! Franjo designed not only a complex livery but a balanced one too.

"The new Livery Editor for WRC 10 is a bet we made for the official game of the World Rally Championship and our players show us every day that it is a winning bet."

Nacon Senior Marketing and Project Manager Sébastien Waxin echoed the sentiments of Jarnou. He said: "To be able to organise a contest like that which put the creativity of our players to the test is a kind of reward for the developers who received a lot of high-quality designs, sometimes very realistic and sometimes a bit more fantastical, but always with an incredibly high level of creativity.

"Congratulations to Franjo who proposed a very detailed livery. It's at the same time a tribute to Rallying with the integration of pacenotes and also a simplified stage layout, but also a nod to the 50th anniversary of the World Rally Championship in 2022. Well done!"

Nexl finished second with this design

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