Formula 1 burns rubber in Chicago with stadium stunt


Formula 1 has unveiled exhilarating scenes of an F1 car tearing up Soldier Field Stadium in never-before-seen footage. The stunt, which depicts an F1 car racing round the streets of Chicago and roaring through the stadium concourse, marks the start of 10 days of action leading up to the the Emirates F1® Chicago Festival on June 8.

As the F1 car roars into action, burning rubber on the stadium floor for the first time ever, fans see Chicago Bears’ quarterback Mitch Trubisky step out of the car, giving a sneak preview of the excitement fans can expect to experience at the event.

The festival, which is free to attend, is the second installment in this year’s campaign and will feature a live car run on Museum Campus Drive, a live stream of the Canadian Grand Prix qualifying, musical performances from headlining act Judah and the Lion, and much more.

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