The 2010 Brazilian GP, that’s what! Live, on the big screen, with loads of other grand prix fans, Virgin Racing GP team to answer your questions and provide unique insight as well as plenty of Badger’s famous prize-giveaways and banter – if you’re an F1 fan, it really is an event that you can’t afford to miss. Further details are available below and if you have any questions, use the comments box at the bottom…
As well as the big race itself, there will be the best, most fun and entertaining (also educational) F1 quiz in the form of Badger’s Big GP Quiz – five rounds of five questions including picture and video rounds designed to entertain and challenge you all.
There’s also the big prize raffle, where everyone who attends will receive a number of raffle tickets and after the race numbers will be drawn – if you’re number’s up, that’s a good thing and you could be walking away with some great prizes.
Thanks to our very special guests Virgin Racing, there will be plenty of VR merchandise in the form of caps and team shirts given away as part of the Big F1 Quiz and the raffle.
And thanks to Mercedes GP sponsors, Henri Lloyd who are supporting the event, there we have a range of Mercedes GP merchandise up for grabs, for more info see here.
What with it being Badger’s Big Brazilian GP Bash, there will be some Badger items up for grabs too and also a few ‘wooden spoon’ prizes that we’ve picked up from being in and around F1 teams this year…
Of course, it goes without saying, but there will also be plenty of banter and fun to be had throughout the day too.
The event will be taking place at London’s premier sports venue, aptly called the “Sports Cafe” which as well as having more screens than you can shake a stick at and plenty of drinks and food on offer, it also has a full size replica of Damon Hill’s championship winning Williams F1 car.
The Sports Cafe is within walking distance of Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square, Badger recommends you use the Transport for London website to plan your journey and here’s a map so you can see where it is:
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Sunday November 7th 2010 from 2pm – we advise arriving as early as you can to ensure you get a space in the Badger area, we have plenty to get through before the race from 3.45pm. Wrist bands will be available for those who sign up (below) and arrive before 2.15pm – these wristbands give you access to the Badger area as well as drinks and food discounts. You will need to be in the Badger area in order to see, hear and take part in the Virgin Racing Q&A as well as all the competitions and the quiz to win prizes.
Update: due to there being some premier league games on Nov 7th, the bar will be charging for entry unless you’re on the Badger guest list (you may need to bring ID too) in which case you will of course be able to walk in and join us!
– 2.00pm – Arrive by this time, introductions, meet and greet
– 2.15pm – Badger’s Big Quiz
– 2.45pm – Virgin Racing Q&A, Banter and Questions
– 3.30pm – Race build up and raffle tickets handed out
– 4.00pm – The Brazilian GP
– 5.30pm – Post-race banter, prize winners ceremony
– 6.30/7pm – Event Ends…
Once the grand prix is over and the prizes have been awarded, the Badger area will be vacated due to further sporting events later that day. If you want to stick around longer, the Badger team will be having drinks at a nearby (undisclosed for now) bar, which will give you a great opportunity to really meet the people behind Badger.
Book Yourself In
We believe in keeping these events free (F1 is such an expensive sport to be a fan of after all!) and love giving you all opportunity to get your mitts on some excellent team merchandise. As a result, there is no need to buy a ticket for the event, but ensure you do get in free you need to register yourself as coming to the event using the form below
Completing this will mean you’re on the guest list and will be eligible for a wristband and gets you in free (gives you access to the Badger area and very good drinks/food offers) – of course, as stated earlier we really do recommend you arrive early, between 1pm and 2pm to ensure you get a seat/space – we’ll be at the venue from 1pm, setting things up.
UPDATE: Midday Friday 5th November – Online Registration is now closed
Further info can be found here and if you have question, post it in the comments below and we’ll get back to you!
Looking forward to seeing you all there!