DTB Blog - Motorsport
For some of us driving our dream car is a long held wish. You can make this dream come true for your clients and yourself with one of these exhilarating days. Whether you want to tear up the tarmac of a current or historic racetrack, or slide around on gravel in a rally car, we have a package perfect for you. If you want to try something a little different then why not spend some time off roading in a Land Rover Defender.
The Goodwood F.O.S. is classed as a hill climb event so the spectators are allowed close to the action as cars from the past and present do battle. This enhances the atmosphere and participation from the trackside.
The Goodwood Revival celebrates vintage cars from the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s; many guests opt to wear a costume that echoes the era and the Goodwood hospitality packages will charm the most demanding attendee. The atmosphere, the fumes assailing nostrils, the roar of several engines reverberating around the venue, the sleek designs and memories evoked are incomparable. It’s certainly more impressive than a thank you over a pub lunch.
There is no reason to take a standard no frills ticket when you can enjoy motorsport events with perks and opportunities that will astound, impress and captivate. Our Silverstone hospitality events packages are designed to meet all expectations and budgets.
If you or anyone that you know personally or professionally appreciates vintage motors and racing then there is every chance that you’ll be keen to learn about The Goodwood Revival which takes place from the 8th-10th September 2017.
It’s no surprise that Formula 1 is the world’s most expensive sport. Arguably, it’s also one of the most exhilarating, edge of your seat sports, sometimes dangerous but always inspiring. Formula 1 proves that a cohesive combination of engineering, agility, outstanding team and solo work is imperative.
Fans of F1 racing recognise the name Juan Pablo Montoya. The Colombian-born racer, once a formidable F1 driver during the first six seasons of the new millennia, now finds himself out of work after losing his ride with the American IndyCar team owned by Roger Penske.