It’s been a couple of weeks since I first posted my plans for #mgpdonny 2012 and the uptake so far has been amazing! As way of an early Christmas treat, it’s time to fill you in with some of the finer details about the day.
Pit Lane Garages – It’s time to start to tell you about some of the exciting things ne have happening in the pit lane that is new for #mgpdonny 2013. Firstly, I pleased and proud to announce that Mission Motorsport will be displaying some of their machineary for your to get up close with. Mission Motorsport is the forces motorsports charity with the aim to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of those affected by military operations by providing opportunities through Motorsport. Not only will MM be bringing some cars, members of the team will be coming along to talk about what the charity has done for them.
Mission Motorsports will have charity buckets around the pits plus a selection of items for you to purchase to help the charity.
Joining MM, is Enigma Motorsport. Enigma currently compete in Formula Ford and F3 Cup championships in the UK. Team bosses, Linton Stutley and Tom Farquhar will be on hand to answer any questions my well-informed readership have to offer. Enigma Motorsport enjoyed their best season to date in 2012 with the team posting the impressive record of having at least one driver on the podium at every race meeting!
Don’t forget that Enigma’s Formula Ford driver, George Blundell along with Dan Parker will be guiding us all around the track walk at the end of the day!
In my original post, I said that the very talented artist, Ian Cook (@PopBangColour) was going to be displaying some of his art work in the garages. Well…. that’s not exactly true! Yes Pop Bang Colour is going to be there and yes, he will have some of his prints for you to look at (and buy). In addition to that, Ian will be running a Pop Bang Colour workshop in his temporary studio in the pits where you can (for a small fee) learn to paint with remote control cars PBC style!
Pretty good eh? Well it gets better, you get all this and admission to the Grand Prix collection (with souvenir programme) for just £8