When you’re one of the best car racing teams in the world, you need pretty good graphics. That’s why the Renault F1 team chose Roland DG’s new TrueVIS VG2, the second-generation eco-solvent print-and-cut device, to produce its Grand Prix prints. The team has relied on Roland TrueVIS for many years, using the systems at its Technical Centre in Enstone, Oxfordshire, to produce stickers for its racing cars, livery for its support vehicles, displays for its hospitality areas and much more. The Renault F1 team always travels with 30 identical versions of every sticker, totalling around 1,400 stickers for every race.