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Tour of Williams F1


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On average Williams F1 builds 7 chassis per season over a 30-year history – that’s a lot of cars, so what do they do with them?

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Date and Time

09 April 2014 - 18:30-20:30


Grove, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Oxfordshire local network.

About this event

Perhaps one of the most prized possessions in the team’s armoury, the Collection is somewhat revered by everyone at Williams F1 and provides a suitable destination for some of the finest Grand Prix cars ever built once they’ve served their term in the sport

We are organising a tour of Sir Frank Williams private Williams Grand Prix Collection (the largest of it’s kind in the world, spanning the history of the Williams Team since 1978) at Grove in the early evening on 9 Apr 2014

The tour will comprise:-

- Refreshments on arrival
- Introduction and Preview Video
- Escorted tour of the Collection
- Technology Room displays of all aspects of F1 Car engineering
- Interactive Race Team Pit Wall Trophy Room displaying a selection of memorabilia relating to the Team’s nine Manufacture’s World Championship wins
- Williams Gift Shop

Unfortunately, it is not possible to tour the Williams F1 Factory as this is a privilege that is reserved for Sponsors only


1830 – For refreshments (no earlier please)
1900 -2030 Tour



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