It’s no secret that F1 is trying to do their part in helping the environment. With synthetic fuels being introduced and single-use plastic bottles being banished from the paddock, they’ve also got a goal to be Net Zero Carbon by 2030.
However, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has revealed that F1 is going to introduce a new logo just for Brazil to remind them “who they are”.
“We have today since 2014 the most efficient hybrid engine, and this is something that we need to remember,” he told Sky Sports.
“That’s why you will see, for example, in Brazil, we’re gonna have a new logo, just to remind us who we are.”
There are no hints yet at what this logo is going to look like. Perhaps it’ll go green instead of the iconic red logo? Either way, it seems like the F1 logo will have a new look for Interlagos.
The F1 logo went through a rebrand at the end of the 2017 season, with the current design receiving mixed reviews from fans around the world.
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