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F1 unveils 70th anniversary logo for 2020 season

  • Published on 03 Jan 2020 08:45
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Formula 1 has launched a brand new logo that will be seen throughout the 2020 season to celebrate 70 years of the sport.

In 1950, the first world championship season was held, with Giuseppe Farina coming out on top in the seven-race season. 

Since then, the sport has progressed massively, with upwards of 20 races hosted each year from five continents. 

In the last 70 years, 33 drivers have been world champion, 108 have won Grands Prix and 764 drivers and over 150 teams have taken part.

The interlinked design of the '70' represents the circuits that F1 has travelled to over the years, and the tracks that remain on the calendar today.

The 2020 season will kick off on the 15th of March, with Melbourne once again hosting the opening round of the season. 

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  • What is that even?

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    • Jan 3 2020 - 09:10
    • f1dave

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      Flying pee ?

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      • Jan 3 2020 - 16:40
    • I was kinda thinking it looked like a bum with the upper bits of two legs. Gotta hand it to abstract art, I guess.

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      • Jan 3 2020 - 20:45
  • Love it - retro is back !

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    • Jan 3 2020 - 18:05

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AT Grand Prix of Austria

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  • Free practice 1

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    Free practice 2

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Australia
20 - Mar 22
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Viet Nam
17 - Apr 19
China
1 - May 3
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8 - May 10
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Monaco
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Canada
26 - Jun 28
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Austria
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United Kingdom
31 - Aug 2
Hungary
28 - Aug 30
Belgium
4 - Sep 6
Italy
18 - Sep 20
Singapore
25 - Sep 27
Russian
9 - Oct 11
Japan
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United States of America
30 - Nov 1
Mexico
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Brazil
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Date
Grand Prix & Circuit
13 - Mar 15
Australia Albert Park
20 - Mar 22
3 - Apr 5
Viet Nam Hanoi Circuit
17 - Apr 19
1 - May 3
Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort
8 - May 10
21 - May 24
Monaco Monte Carlo
5 - Jun 7
Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit
12 - Jun 14
26 - Jun 28
France Paul Ricard
3 - Jul 5
Austria Red Bull Ring
17 - Jul 19
United Kingdom Silverstone
31 - Aug 2
Hungary Hungaroring
28 - Aug 30
4 - Sep 6
Italy Monza
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25 - Sep 27
Russian Sochi Autodrom
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23 - Oct 25
United States of America Circuit of the Americas
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