Tickets for UK FOTA Fans’ Forum now available

Tickets for UK FOTA Fans’ Forum now available

Legends Panel, FOTA Fan ForumTickets for the FOTA Fans’ Forum held in the UK ahead of the British Grand Prix are now available for registration.

The event, which gives fans a chance to get closer to the sport, will be held in London on June 26th, starting at 5:30pm. Tickets are free, but fans will have to register for the ballot on FOTA’s website in order to be in with a chance of attending.

Last year’s event was held at Williams F1 Team’s headquarters, giving fans the opportunity to browse the incredible grand prix collection and then meet one-time grand prix win Pastor Maldonado. After this, the Q&A was hosted by BBC’s Lee McKenzie, with Ross Brawn, Martin Whitmarsh and Bob Fernley making up the panel, with a Legends Panel comprising of Patrick Head, Derek Warwick and John Watson following.

The event was a great success, and with the most recent FOTA Forum in Montreal also going down a storm, it appears that the stage is set for another fantastic event in Britain later this month.

Once again, you can apply for tickets via FOTA’s website - get in early for a chance to attend a must for all F1 fans!

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