Ahead of the start of the 2020 MotoGP match which will take place at the Losail International Circuit, Qatar, on the 9th of March, the organizers apparently have been updating.
This is indicated by the refreshing form of the new MotoGP writing font which is claimed to be the original, premium, and charismatic typographic identity for MotoGP.
Our goal is to reach out to fans and send the essence of MotoGP racing, investing resources in design, technology and communication. MotoGP is a global event that is broadcast to the world where the protagonists are racers, motorcycles, circuits and fans, MotoGP writes in MotoGP official broadcast, Thursday (02/27/2020).
Further explained that MotoGP uses various communication channels with a main focus on digital and TV platforms. It aims to capture the enthusiasm of MotoGP lovers and translate it into the form of letters that will be displayed.
New letters in the text and appearance of MotoGP are claimed to channel Moto GP values and essence of motorsport.
Design inspiration in creating it, comes from the layout and angle of the circuit. Start with the open and final shapes and the pointed diagonals that are connected with competition technical elements. Bobol Bandar Ceme
Having our own Moto GP typeface is the first step towards developing a new brand identity. The direction of our new typography provides a key component of our overall brand strategy, MotoGP writes.
As is known, this year’s game will present 20 racing series after Finland’s return. The 2020 season is said to be the longest season in Moto GP history.
Here is the complete schedule:
- March 9, 2020: Qatar * Losail International Circuit
- 22 March 2020: Thailand Chang International Circuit
- April 5, 2020 : Americas Circuit of the Americas
- 19 April 2020 : Republic Argentina Termas de Rio Hondo
- May 3 2020: Spain Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto
- May 17, 2020: France Le Mans
- 31 May 2020: Italy Autodromo del Mugello
- 07 June 2020: Catalunya Barcelona – Catalunya
- 21 June 2020: Germany Sachsenring
- 28 June 2020: Netherlands TT Circuit Assen
- 12 July 2020: Finland KymiRing
- 09 Agusuts 2020: Czech Republic Automotodrom Brno
- 16 August 2020: Austrian Red Bull Ring-Spielberg
- 30 August 2020: Great Britain Silverstone
- 13 September 2020: San Marino & Riviera at Rimini MWC Marco Simoncelli
- October 4, 2020: Aragón MotorLand Aragón
- 18 October 2020 Japan Twin Ring Motegi
- 25 October 2020: Australia’s Philip Island
- 01 November 2020: Malaysia Sepang International Circuit
- 15 November 2020: Comunitat Valencian Comunitat Valencian-Ricardo Tormo