Williams F1 Exclusive fan day to support charities
As part of the National Motorsport Week celebrations, motorsport enthusiasts are being given an opportunity to take a special, behind-the-scenes tour of the world famous Williams Formula One team factory in Wantage, Oxfordshire.
The first ever Williams Formula One team factory tour will take place on Sunday 21 October 2012, where guests will be invited to get up close and personal to a variety of racing cars in an exclusive viewing of the Williams Grand Prix Collection. After a video link welcome from Sir Frank Williams, guests will also have the chance to visit the machine shop, race bays, and fire their questions to Mike Coughlan, Technical Director.
National Motorsport Week is a celebration of UK motorsport jointly promoted by the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) and the Motorsports Association (MSA). The week is book-ended by two of this country’s premier motorsport events – the spectacular Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Santander British Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Tickets for the Williams Formula One fan day cost £70 per person. Half of the proceeds from sales will be divided up between the team’s three supported charities, of which the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) is one.
Williams F1 Founder and Team Principal Sir Frank Williams sustained a spinal cord injury after car accident in 1986. Sir Frank Williams received invaluable personal support from SIA following his injury. Williams F1 subsequently made SIA one its’ official charities, and they regularly aid our fundraising activities.
For your chance to book tickets, please visit: www.the-mia.com/Events-Diary