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On Thursday April 7 the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) is hosting an evening with designer and engineer Gianpaolo Dallara at the Williams F1 Conference Centre.
It promises to be an interesting night with Chris Aylett, CEO of the MIA, sitting down to interview Gianpaolo about his career, his company and the work that it is currently undertaking. During dinner the founder of the largest race car company in the world will then take questions from the floor.
The idea of the evening is to help people ‘business network’. However, if that doesn’t sound like your type of thing, Williams is also offering attendees a tour of the Williams F1 Grand Prix Collection – the largest private collection of F1 cars in the world.
Motor Sport will be there to listen to what Gianpaolo has to say, as Dallara has plenty of exciting projects on the go. If you’re interested in attending then please contact Jayne Thomas at the MIA on 02476 692600 or [email protected], or visit www.the-mia.com. Tickets cost £105 + VAT if you’re an MIA member, £135 + VAT if you’re a non-member and £75 + VAT if you’re a student. It’s well worth going if you’re at all interested in car design or the business behind the sport that we all love.
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