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Brawn F1, Making it Possible

Brawn F1, Making it Possible is an exclusive and interactive black tie dinner in aid of Hope for Tomorrow.

  • Thursday 16 May 2024
  • 7pm – Midnight
  • At the iconic Banking Hall, 14 Cornhill, London, EC3V 3ND
  • Black tie dress code
  • £2,500 for a table of 10 guests or £280 per ticket

Reserve your place now to ensure you’ll be there for an evening filled with inspiration, celebration of innovation, exclusive stories, and a shared passion for motor racing.

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Join us for an unforgettable evening, in the stunning grade II listed Banking Hall at the heart of London’s Square Mile. We’re welcoming charity patrons – the Brawn GP Team Principal, Ross Brawn and CEO Nick Fry to give an even greater insight into the remarkable F1 World Championship win in 2009. Hear, live and first hand, how they came through adversity and triumphed; providing insight into the people behind the cars, in the boardroom and beyond the track.

Charity ambassador, Amanda Stretton, is the UK’s leading female motorsport, classic car and automotive TV broadcaster. Amanda will join Team Brawn on the night, where guests will have the chance to mix and mingle with fellow enthusiasts during a drinks reception and three-course meal from this food and drink award winning venue. Also joining us will be the renowned Jonathan Legard, as the master of ceremonies. Jonathan is also a charity ambassador and a perfect fit for the evening as an established, respected sports journalist, presenter and commentator.

After Amanda has chatted with Ross and Nick while they recount their experience of this remarkable 2009 success, it will be your chance to pose questions to both major players of the iconic Brawn GP in an up close and personal interactive Q&A.

The evening will involve many ‘racy’ opportunities and conclude with an exclusive live auction, hosted by none other than tv’s iconic presenter and auctioneer Thomas Forrester, star of the BBC’s Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip.

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