With a large meeting of the press and the leadership of the championship, the first official exhibition of Formula 1 was opened at the Madrid IFEMA complex.
The exhibit features pieces from all ten teams, including the remains of Roman Grosjean’s Haas VF-20 burnt out in Bahrain, Pierre Gasly’s AlphaTauri, which won the Italian Grand Prix in the same season, and many historic cars.
The exhibition includes a series of photographs from the first decades of Formula 1, drivers’ helmets, a Ferrari engine for the first time and numerous audiovisual documents illustrating the history of the World Championship.
Stefano DomenicaliFormula 1 executive director: “The Madrid exhibition reflects the history of Formula 1 through an innovative and highly engaging exhibition.
I’m especially happy that the passionate Spanish fans saw it first. I am grateful to everyone who has helped us convey the heart and soul of our sport that we all love.”
The exhibition is open to fans from March 24, tickets cost 19.99 euros.
Source: F1 News
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