F1 Theme Song: Who composed the official title track of Formula 1, which we always hear during the start of every Grand Prix day.
On Thursday, Formula 1, on its social media, released the latest drivers titles with the official F1 theme song that we will hear throughout the 23 races this year.
But only a small section of fans are aware that the original composer of the music is Brian Tyler, a renowned musician who has been credited for contributing his music to several blockbuster movies and TV serials.
His most recognized works are from Transformers: Prime, Eagle Eye, The Expendables trilogy, Iron Man 3, Avengers: Age of Ultron with Danny Elfman, Now You See Me, and Crazy Rich Asians.
Tyler also composed the 2013–2016 Marvel Studios logo, which debuted with Thor: The Dark World (2013). An incredible portfolio and F1’s theme song is among his recent most work.
Awards and nominations
Tyler has been nominated for several awards, but the highest he has received is two different Emmy nominations. The 48-year-old musician has also won the IFMCA Awards 2014 Composer of the Year for his work in films.
Tyler’s Alma Mater is the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Havard. And since 1997, he has been active in his current field.
His public performances with the F1 theme song
Two weeks before the start of this season, Tyler posted about the title track as he conducted the song in front of a crowd in London. “Conducting the #F1 theme in London was one of the most amazing experiences I’ve ever had. Recorded at the legendary @airstudioslyndhurst Studios! #formula1 @f1” he wrote on his social media.
— Brian Tyler (@BrianTylerMusic) March 11, 2021
If one wishes to watch him conducting the theme song in front of a live crowd, then there are several videos of him doing it on Youtube; one link is below.