F1 has revealed it’s new logo for the 2020 season, which celebrates 70 years of the competition. Starting from January 6 the logo will be visible on all Formula 1’s digital platforms.
First F1 race was back in 1950
The first World Championship race was held back in 1950 at Silverstone and the formula celebrated its 1000th race at last year’s Chinese Grand Prix.
“Our past fuels our future and the new logo celebrates a milestone while also looking ahead,” an F1 statement read.
“Celebrating 70 years is about making the past part of the present, while our sport looks to the future, which it does with confidence and pride.”
A lot has happened over the last 70 years. 33 drivers have been world champion, and 108 have won Grand Prix. Up till this date, 764 drivers and more than 150 teams have participated in the races.
All 20 seats for the 2020 season are already taken, as we await the first race in the calendar which is set to take place on March 15 in Australia.