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Dinner with Sir Jackie Stewart OBE

Join Motor Sport on December 5, 2012 for an exclusive readers’ dinner with Sir Jackie Stewart OBE, plus special guest, Jo Ramirez.

history events  Dinner with Sir Jackie Stewart OBE

The evening will take place in the stunning surroundings of the five-star London hotel The Landmark, in fashionable Marylebone. A drinks reception will be held at the ‘twotwentytwo’ bar followed by a three course dinner in the historic Drawing Room. After dinner you will have the opportunity to join an open Q&A discussion with Sir Jackie, Motor Sport’s Editor-in-Chief Nigel Roebuck, Editor, Damien Smith and former Tyrrell and McLaren mechanic, Jo Ramirez. The evening will finish with a competition to win a pair of tickets to the 2013 Motor Sport Magazine Hall of Fame, which takes place at the Royal Opera House on Monday February 25, 2013.

As a Motor Sport subscriber you are entitled to a £10 discount on the ticket price, plus priority booking between August 31 and September 7.

To book your tickets call +44 (0)207 349 8472 with your subscriber reference number.

Tickets are priced at:

£120 for subscribers
£130 for non-subscribers

For more information email: readersevents@motorsportmagazine.co.uk

history events  Dinner with Sir Jackie Stewart OBE

When: Wednesday December 5, 2012

Time: 6.30pm – 10.30pm

Where: The Landmark Hotel, Marylebone, London

Accommodation
Subject to availability The Landmark London can offer rooms to Motor Sport readers at the special rate of £220 per room, per night. This rate is exclusive of VAT and breakfast and the offer will close six weeks before the event. Guests can call The Landmark London to make their reservation on 020 7631 8222, quoting “Dinner with Sir Jackie Stewart”.

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5 comments on Dinner with Sir Jackie Stewart OBE

  1. Ian Howard, 7 September 2012 18:23

    Well I’ve booked my ticket today.

    Its a bit of an early Christmas present and what could be better than a once in a lifetime chance to meet a living legend?

    I’m a bit beside myself with excitement and I can’t wait to be honest!

  2. Lucas Verhoeven, 12 October 2012 22:33

    I live in New Zealand….. You guys send me an Airline ticket, and I’ll buy the Dinner tickets with Sir Jackie! He is a Class Act and I’d love to meet Him. (And His charming wife, Lady Helen, too) But alas….. I hope it will be a Fabulous night for you all.

    Kind Regards,

    Lucas.

  3. David Tredwell, 10 November 2012 12:44

    Hi (member # 118325) I have purchased a ticket for the Jackie Stewart evenig but have heard nothing since, is it still going ahead please?

  4. Alex Harmer, 12 November 2012 10:57

    Hi David,

    The event’s going ahead as planned and we’ve even got Jo Ramirez there to share his experiences at Tyrrell now too. We’ll be sending out emails closer to the time, so don’t worry.

    ACH

  5. Ian Howard, 6 December 2012 03:00

    What a splendid evening. Sir Jackie is the consumate Gentleman, talking with such authority, unscripted, with enthusiasm and verve.

    He signed many of my books without complaint and a smile. These are now treasured possessions.

    Truly an evening I shall never forget.

    Thankyou Motorsport Magazine!

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