Kuwait Motor Town Logo

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Kuwait Motor Town Logo

Kuwait Motor Town is set to open next month and the logo for it has now been revealed. From the reactions I’ve been seeing, most people don’t like it mostly because it looks like the Kellogg’s Special K logo. Although I don’t really like the logo, I think its fine.

Special K logo

It’s not a great logo by any means, but compared to other F1 circuit logos below, I think things could have been a lot worse. I mean other than the Baku City Circuit logo and probably the Red Bull Ring, most of the logos are pretty terrible. If Mexico with all their super talented designers ended up with the horrible Autodromo logo pictured below, we’re pretty lucky to end up with our Kellogg’s Special K one.

various F1 circuit logos

If you’d like to see the full branding presentation of Kuwait Motor Town, click [Here] They’ve removed the work from their portfolio but you can still access it [Here]

Thanks lovelykuwait


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13 comments, add your own...


  1. yousef says:

    Logo haters can suck it— see you on the track yo! The Bahrain logo is cool.

  2. Ja says:

    I assume ‘K’ for Kuwait and an eagle? Where’s the motory inspiration in the logo? Am I missing it?

  3. Ali Sleeq says:

    looks like a corn cob to me

  4. Nasser says:

    The link does not work Mark

  5. Kuwait says:

    At least it’s not a wooden boat.

  6. Beejay says:

    I saw the images and the colors look like they took it from Bahrain Merida Team.
    http://teambahrainmerida.com/bikes/

  7. ABL says:

    Hi, thank you for your post about our Logo, and i wanted to explain your ideas and doubts here, first it doesn’t look like a Kellogg’s K logo, please look closer, the logo icon stands for, Kuwait Capital letter, Falcon (Fastest animal on earth) and Kuwait abstracted map sky view, we didn’t take colors from Bahrain Merida Team, seriously? i dont even know this team, we deleted because we will add more things, you all can see it again in a few days! thank you Mark!


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