Legends Of Modern Formula One experience at the Silverstone Classic
Top Historic F1 driver Lorina McLaughlin is offering an incredible sponsorship package at this year’s Silverstone Classic (29th – 31st July 2016).
Lorina will be driving her ex-Michael Schumacher Benetton B192-08 in the Legends of Modern Formula One every day of the event and you can join her for the weekend. The package includes weekend tickets for two to the Silverstone Classic, access to the exclusive BRDC suite & grandstand, tickets for the BRDC Classic Dinner, a personal tour of the paddock and the opportunity to spend time with THE FORCE F1 team – and a whole lot more.
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This is an amazing opportunity to experience historic F1 and Silverstone at its very best from the home of the British Racing Drivers’ Club, hosted by one of the world’s top women historic F1 drivers. The price of the sponsorship is £5,500 but if you wish to increase your support of historic Formula One you are welcome to do so!
If you would like to find out more please contact Edward Legge at Classic & Sports Finance on 01869 351512 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lorina McLaughlin.
BRDC member/1st Winner BWRDC Lord Wakefield Trophy/Multi Ladies Award Winner, Goodwood Festival of Speed/ex-Multi BWRDC Champion/Historic F1 Event Organiser of High-Speed Global Demos with husband David, Founder of The Historic European Formula One Race Car Entrants (THE FORCE) and the Bahamas Speed Week Revival.
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About the Ex-Michael Schumacher Benetton B192-08
The Benetton B192-08 was raced by Michael Schumacher in the final two grands prix of the 1992 season and
the first two GPs of 1993. He retired in the Japanese Grand Prix, but 2nd at the Australian Grand Prix
elevated him to 3rd in the Formula 1 World Driver’s Championship in just his first full season. Michael’s
team-mate Martin Brundle who tested Lorina’s B192 for a special BBC TV feature, aired just before the
televised coverage of the British Grand Prix, exclaimed: “It’s the best Formula 1 car that I’ve ever driven!”