2020 Topps Formula 1 Dynasty Kicks Off New Racing License in a High-End Way

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Topps is getting into the racing card game, partnering with Formula 1. And to kick things off, they’re going straight to the high-end with 2020 Topps Formula 1 Dynasty. Like the brand’s baseball sets, the focus is on autographed patches and small print runs. Actually, that accounts for everything in the product. Every card has a signature and a premium memorabilia piece. Nothing has more than ten copies.

2020 Topps Formula 1 Dynasty Overview

Autographed Patch Cards (/10) make up the main part of the Dynasty checklist. The oversized memorabilia pieces are displayed alongside an elegant design. Parallels include Red (/5) and Gold (1/1).

Specific parts of drivers’ suits and equipment are used for additional card styles. These include Glove Patch (/10), Suit Zipper (/5), Flag (/4) and Nameplate Patch (/4). All four of these also have one-of-one Jumbo Patch versions.

2020 Topps Formula 1 Dynasty Autograph Flag Patch

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Single-Driver Autographed Dual Relics (/10) double up the patches while Triple Relics (/10) have three. On the Autographed Triple Relics, one of the swatches comes from the driver’s protective suit liner. In both instances, there are Red (/5) and Gold (1/1) versions, too.

Constructor Team Dual Relic Autographs (/10) have signatures and race suit memorabilia from a pair of racers. These have Red (/5) and Gold (1/1) parallels as well.

2020 Topps Formula 1 Dynasty Dual Patch Autograph

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2020 Topps Formula 1 Dynasty racing cards at a glance:

Cards per pack: 1
Packs per box: 1
Boxes per case: 5
Release date: December 16, 2020

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Autograph Patch Cards – 1

The full checklist will be up as soon as it’s available, likely shortly before the set’s release.

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3 comments

  1. Billy Kingsley 6 August, 2020 at 20:42

    I’m really glad to see F1 getting a card set- although I prefer NASCAR I would gladly support other forms of auto racing on cards- but this price point, if it’s like the baseball sets…it’s way off. I don’t see it being successful, and then they will say “racing doesn’t sell” and quit the sport…I’m both happy and disappointed at the same time. Happy F1 is getting cards, disappointed that I won’t be able to afford any.

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