The Williams F1 team have kindly donated two tickets for the Canadian Grand Prix race day. All money raised from the sale of the tickets is going to raise money for Scope, a charity for people with cerebral palsy. This fantastic event is being held at the Williams F1 headquarters in Oxfordshire (UK) on 10 June 2007, and the lucky winners will be able to experience some top class hospitality as well as gaining an insight into the race, directly from the team.
So what can you expect on the day?
– Buffet Lunch
– Live telephone link to Frank Williams (or a member of the Williams team, direct from the circuit)
– Live, uninterrupted coverage of the race on large screens
– Live updates on tactics and strategy, direct from the pitlane
– Race debrief
– Total access to the Williams F1 museum which contains every car the team has produced alongside the history and heritage of the team.
This is a truly unique opportunity to experience life within an F1 team, and opportunities like this are few and far between! The tickets are being sold on eBay, so get bidding for this worthwhile cause: https://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws
(pictures courtesy of Williams)