How To Get F1 Cars In Rocket League

How To Get F1 Cars In Rocket League

Written by 

Jack Marsh


21st May 2021 17:00

Since Epic Games stepped into the driver's seat behind Rocket League, they have introduced huge collaborations with a range of mainstream sports and movie franchises. 

Lately, the developers paired with the American Football NFL to bring decals of 32 teams to the game alongside a limited-time game mode named Gridiron.

Now, Epic has collaborated with Formula 1, bringing the trademark cars and team decals to the game alongside the previously added DFH Stadium (Circuit) map.

How To Get F1 Cars In Rocket League

The F1 car is included within a bundle, boasting a basic body of the typical F1 car, ten decals supporting different F1 organisations and a set of Pirelli Wheels.  

Rocket League players will be able to get the F1 bundle by heading to the store - the cars cannot be purchased separately, nor can they be earned as an in-game reward.

To celebrate the first release of the F1 bundle, players can also pick up a free Player Banner in the Item Shop.

How much is the Formula 1 Bundle?

The Rocket League F1 fan pack is available for 2000 in-game Credits, which equates to roughly £15. 


Here is a list of all the team liveries available:

  • Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
  • Alpine F1 Team
  • Aston Martin Cognizant
  • McLaren F1 Team
  • Mercedes-AMG Petronas
  • Red Bull Racing Honda
  • Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
  • Scuderia Ferrari
  • Uralkali Haas F1 Team
  • Williams Racing
Rocket League Formula 1 Cars
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F1 Rocket League car Hitboxes

With a range of hitboxes available in Rocket League that define the car's experience, F1 fans will be happy to know that the rocket-powered race cars will use a familiar box.

The Formula 1 Rocket League cars will use the same hitbox as the Dominus - one of the most popular cars on the game. Alongside the Octane and Fennec, the Dominus is often used in the RLCS, opening a direct path for the F1 cars to make an appearance in Rocket League Esports.

Despite being in the shop until May 26, Epic Games and Psyonix have confirmed that the bundles will be returning in the future to collaborate with future F1 events.


Image via Psyonix | Epic Games

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