F1 marks 70th anniversary with special 2020 logo designs


The Formula 1 World Championship rings in its 70th year of existence in 2020, a milestone marked by the unveiling of a few dedicated logos.

It all kicked off on May 13, 1950 at Silverstone where the first F1 world championship event was held, and won by Alfa Romeo's Giuseppe Farina.

Seventy years and 33 world champions later, Formula 1 is a global sports event powerhouse whose championship shall this year include a record 22 races from March to December, from Melbourne to Abu Dhabi.

Commercial rights holder Liberty Media, which changed Grand Prix racing's official logo from 2018, has introduced the new designs that shall be used over the course of the season.

Regarding the '70' symbol, teams will be allowed to recolor the white lines in the design for their own personal use.

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