Away from the action, the family-friendly event will feature some of the country’s finest culinary offerings with a ‘Taste of Scotland’ food village, as well as a ‘Makers & Creators of Scotland’ arts and crafts retail equivalent too.
Race Against Dementia was created by Stewart after his wife Helen began to suffer from the neurological condition. Its aim is to fund pioneering research to tackle the disorder, with the idea of taking an “Formula 1 attitude” of innovation in addressing dementia.
Red Bull, a team with nine F1 titles to its name, traces it lineage back to the Stewart Grand Prix team set up by Stewart and his son Paul, the Milton Keynes-based squad being taken over by Jaguar in 2000 and now its current owners in 2005.
Mark Webber claimed the ’12 Monaco GP win in scintillating fashion, leading home a train of Nico Rosberg, Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel, the top four covered by 1.3sec. Friesacher will demonstrate the RB18 twice on both days of the Classic.
The Sir Jackie Stewart Classic will be held on June 18 – tickets can be purchased here can be purchased here.