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Weekend Ride-out to Williams F1

This ride-out takes us from Greenham Kawasaki Grove near Wantage, Oxfordshire – The home of William F1!

The Greenham Kawasaki concession price is £70 + VAT per person and includes refreshments of Tea, Coffee and biscuits
post the tour. Final attendee numbers must be booked and paid for in advance no later than 1st March 2024.

Date: Saturday 21th September 2024
Meeting Point: Greenham Kawasaki for a 9:15am start

Payment to Greenham Kawasaki.

Minimum of 25 people required, maximum of 50.

Please note: Unfortunately, children under 12 are NOT permitted on this tour; an adult must accompany children under 18.

The Williams name has been synonymous with top-level motorsport since the 1960s. After running teams on the sport’s nursery slopes, team patron Frank Williams founded Frank Williams Racing Cars in 1966 and entered F1 in 1969 with his friend Piers Courage behind the wheel. Frank quickly earned a reputation as one of the industry’s more determined individuals and, after selling his controlling interest in his original team, he established Williams Grand Prix Engineering with British engineer Patrick Head in 1977. They built their first car, the FW06. The following year the team immediately went from strength to strength. Williams has since won 16 FIA Formula One World Championship titles, nine for constructors and seven for drivers, and is the third most successful team on the grid. This is not a trip to be missed, proving to be a very popular destination providing an insight into the F1 industry. An escorted tour of the largest collection of Formula 1 cars in the world. The collection spans the entire history of Williams commencing with the inaugural Williams FW06 up to the present day. Displays include Alan Jones’s championship-winning car from 1980, the infamous FW08 six-wheeler, and many championship -winning cars from Damon Hill, Alain Prost and Nigel Mansell.

Highlights from the modern-era F1 collection include Jenson Button’s first-ever formula 1 card from the 2000 season and Juan Pablo Montoya’s winning car from the 2003 Monaco Grand Prix and Ayrton Senna’s last racing vehicle.

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Sep 21 2024


All Day


Greenham Kawasaki
Newbury, Berkshire, RG19 6HW

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