Button and Davidson to star at Honda open day 05 Jul 2007
The Honda team have revealed further details about their charity open day, which will take place at their UK headquarters in Brackley, Northamptonshire on July 15, a week after the British Grand Prix.
The event hopes to provide fans with a unique insight into the workings of the team, whilst raising money for the squads two adopted local charities, Helen & Douglas House and Stepping Stones Pre-School.
Honda race driver Jenson Button and Super Aguris Anthony Davidson will be in attendance, alongside Honda testers Christian Klien, Mike Conway and James Rossiter. Legendary Formula One commentator Murray Walker is another confirmed guest and will be interviewing all the drivers throughout the day.
Fans will be able to able to tour the factory, take part in pit-stop demonstrations, compete against the Formula One drivers in slot racing and F1 Simulator challenges and listen to live music. Other famous faces, including 1979 world champion Jody Scheckter and Hondas sporting director Gil de Ferran, are also set to make appearances.
Helen & Douglas House, based in Oxford, provides respite and end of life care for children and young adults with life-shortening conditions, as well as support and friendship for their families. Stepping Stones Pre-School supplies educational pre-school and playgroup childcare in Brackley.
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