Topps pushes through the second year in the production of cards from the Euro-based Formula 1 racing series with one of the high end brands set to return this summer. 2021 Topps Dynasty Formula One follows the debut 2020 launch with a scheduled release date of August 25.
Like its baseball brother, each box of Dynasty F1 carries a single signed card, numbered to 10 or less. Cases will hold five boxes.
The card in each box will be an autograph or autographed relic of a top driver or team principal. There are dual relic autos as well as dual and triple autographs in the works.
Autographed patch cards will have Red parallels (# to 5); new Black parallels numbered to 2 and 1/1 Gold versions.
Driver suits will provide many of the memorabilia for the autographed relic cards with Nameplates numbered to 2; Suit Flags and Zippers (numbered to 4) and Gloves (numbered to 10). All will have 1/1 Jumbo Patch versions.
Dynasty Constructor Team Dual Relic Autograph Cards will be numbered to 10 or less with Red (# to 5) and 1/1 Gold parallels. Dynasty Single-Driver Dual Relic autograph cards will be numbered to 10 with Red (# to 5), Black (# to 2) and 1/1 Golds while Single-Driver triple relic autos will be numbered to 10, also with Red, Black and Gold parallels.
Boxes come with an SRP of around $500 per box but expect to pay significantly more in the current market. You can check out cards from the 2020 edition on eBay here.