Now that this year's GT Academy has started to air, it's a great time to reflect on last year's GT Academy. It was a monumental achievement for SNAIL to have a 1-2-3 finish and I honestly doubt that feat will ever be duplicated by any league or organization. I'd like to congratulate @GumballCGT for his epic and inspiring reign as GT Academy champion and I'd also like to thank him for representing SNAIL in such a positive way. His racing career is off to a fantastic start and we couldn't be prouder of him! As I hinted here, we have immortalized the moment Nick was crowned GT Academy champion. But before I reveal the logo, I'd like to preface it with some backstory. Whether you love it or hate it, it's hard to deny that this league would not exist without the PSN. And within the PSN's messaging function, there's a snail emoticon that looks like this: Oddly enough, this snail emoticon was actually the initial inspiration for the new logo. I couldn't help but notice that the snail's body was shaped like the letter "L". I also noticed that the the snail's eyes resembled a person's arms outstretched in victory - a lot like the pose Nick struck when he won GT Academy and the coveted "red helmet". With that in mind, here is our new logo: This logo ties together many aspects of SNAIL. It's origin can be found in the PSN in which we race, it's an homage to a key moment in our league history, and of course there is now a "snail" within it (which is fitting since that't been our league mascot since the beginning). One thing you may notice is that we took the dots out of S.N.A.I.L. This is because we have long ago become much more than just the "Sunday Night American Interactive League". We are now a community of like-minded sim racers who participate in a wide variety of events on every night of the week, not just Sundays. I would like to thank @GamingPete for his tireless efforts in making our new logo a reality. He has literally been working with me for months behind the scenes trying to bring my ideas for a new logo to life. We have gone through countless ideas, changes, and variants of the logo, but his determination never wavered. His graphic design skills are only matched by his incredible patience.