Despite the fact that this season has been a disrupted one for F1 teams and fans, it's still a significant season because it marks the 70th anniversary of the sport.
In fact, the upcoming British Grand Prix is also known as the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, and it will be held as a 70-year commemoration race of the Formula One World Championship at the same circuit that hosted the first championship Grand Prix in 1950.
To mark this significant milestone, Sky Sports and Formula 1 will launch a new seven-part docuseries called Race to Perfection.
The exclusive series, which starts on September 12 on Sky Sports F1 and Sky Documentaries, will take a behind the scenes look over the past 70 years of the sport.
The synopsis states: "From the launch of the sport in 1950 through to the modern-day, the series will cover all the high-octane drama that has enthralled audiences across the world for decades. From Fangio to Schumacher, Senna to Hamilton, the stories of the sport and the personalities that have driven it will be told in a new light through unseen archive footage and exclusive interviews.
Race to Perfection will be shown exclusively in the UK on Sky and NOW TV from September 12.
The documentary will also be made available to a vast network of TV channels and streaming services across the world via NBCUniversal Global Distribution.
Take a look at what's in store.
Coming this September.
A brand new 7-part Sky original docuseries in collaboration with @F1, to mark the sport's 70th Anniversary.#RaceToPerfection
Featuring rare and never-before-seen archive footage and over 40 exclusive interviews with some of F1's biggest names. pic.twitter.com/M8dBLkQAru
— Sky Sports F1 (@SkySportsF1) August 7, 2020