In conjunction with our fundraising efforts for the ‘ride2spa‘, we’ll be screening the German GP LIVE on the big screen here in London.

Details in brief:

  • ✓ High Definition
  • ✓ Surround Sound
  • ✓ Giant 4.5m Cinema Screen
  • ✓ Live Race Data
  • ✓ Live Twitter Feed
  • ✓ Friendly and fun F1 atmosphere
  • ✓ Only pay what you can*
  • ✓ A good deed done!

Badger GP is pleased to announce a special Charity F1 Grand Prix Screening for the German GP where Formula 1 fans can turn up and enjoy the action on a giant cinema screen in HD with surround sound, along with a second screen showing live race data and Twitter feeds.

What more, we have a load of prizes up for grabs in our prize raffle, including a pair of the latest Ferrari by Logic3 headphones.

TICKETS

There isn’t a ticket price for this event, instead tickets are sold on a donation basis.

YOU decide how much* you want to pay

*Our ticket price for these events is around £5 so something in that region as a minimum would be nice, of course the more the better with all proceeds going to charity (eventbrite will charge a credit card/processing fee on top)

Note: Those registered with Grand Prix Screenings or have been to a Badger GP event earlier this year have access to buy advance tickets – if you want to have priority access to buy advance tickets in future, you can register for the newsletter here.

CHARITIES

All proceeds from this event will go towards the ‘ride2spa‘ fundraising effort where Badger GP’s Editor is joining 20 F1 fans and cycling from Silverstone to Spa in August for the Belgian GP.  The ride aims to raise a total of £20K for the following five charities:

  • Mind
  • Cancer Research
  • Birmingham Childrens Hospice
  • Multiple Sclerosis Trust
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities

NOTE If you want to donate, but cannot make this event, you can read more about ride2spa and donate money via the Virign Money Giving page here: BadgerGP.com/ride2spa

Details in brief:

  • Date: July 22nd
  • Time: Doors open at 11am, coverage from 11.30am.
  • Venue: Roxy Bar & Screen, Borough High Street
  • Travel: Near London Bridge and Borough High Street stations


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