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Face paint is a popular adornment among Carmageddon drivers.
- Auto Scum, in varying degrees.
- Big Daddy
- Herman Monster
- Jadead's driver
- Lady Bug, in her Carmageddon II and Carmageddon 64 incarnations.
- Mech Maniac
- Moon Child
- Pete D'Ville, although in Pete's case, it could just as easily be facial tattooing.
- Pussy LaGore
- Rod Hell
- Su Borg, in the Splat Pack. By Carmageddon II, her paint is gone and she's now a cyborg.
- One of The Brothers Grimm, in Carmageddon (PlayStation).
- Ashteroid has something going on around his shades in the Splat Pack. Whether it's a mask, face paint or cybernetic modules of some kind is hard to discern. In Carmageddon II, he once again has something on his face, but it's difficult to tell exactly what.
- Drag-Ghoul's driver in TDR 2000 has a metallic plate over his face, but there's no indication of whether it's a mask, face paint or a cybernetic module. In the comic, Drag-Ghoul is referred to as Dragula and is driven by Fang Stroker, who does not cover his face.
- Burly Shirley wears so much makeup it might as well be face paint. A few other drivers, such as Maxine Sane, Reverend Limit and Madam Scarlett also wear fairly heavy makeup.
- Herb E does not wear face paint, but in Carmageddon 64, someone driving his car does. It would appear, from the style of the paint, that it's a member of the Auto Scum.