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Join Damon Hill, Karun Chandhok and Motor Sport Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes for the 2019 Formula 1 Season Preview Evening in London
The 2019 Formula 1 season promises to be an intriguing one, with Lewis Hamilton defending his championship, Red Bull entering a new era with Honda and McLaren seeking redemption.
How will the new (and old) faces perform? Will Lewis best Fangio’s five world championships? How will the regulation changes affect the performance of the cars?
Join us as we preview the 2019 season in the company of 1996 F1 World Champion and Sky F1 pundit Damon Hill, former F1 driver and renowned Channel 4 (now Sky Sports F1) pundit Karun Chandhok, and Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes.
This fascinating panel will be chaired by features editor Simon Arron and takes place at the historic IET London: Savoy Place on Friday, March 8, 2019.
The evening begins with complimentary drinks in the Maxwell library, followed by the talk and Q&A in the Turing lecture theatre.
We’re proud to have classic vehicle insurance specialist Footman James on board as our main partner for the Season Preview Evening. Managing director of Footman James, David Bond, said: “We’re delighted to support the Formula 1 Season Preview Evening as the lead partner.
“The evening will be absolutely fascinating for anyone who enjoys Formula 1 and what better panel to provide us with some real insight into the anticipated twists and turns of the season”
Furthermore, we have Classic & Sports Finance partnering with us for the event as well. Both Classic & Sports Finance and Footman James will help make our Season Preview Evening an unmissable event.
To attend, book your tickets via the Motor Sport shop – details below.
Date: Friday, March 8 2019 – 18:30-21:00
Location: IET London: Savoy Place, 2 Savoy Pl, London, WC2R 0BL
Price: £50 (£45 for subscribers)
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