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Author Topic: Fancy driving a real F1 car on track? Well you can now in Britain  (Read 327617 times)

Offline John S

At Bovingdon Airfield to be precise. The car’s original Honda V10 engine has been replaced with a 3-litre Judd, requiring visible changes to the engine cover, and cutting power from 835bhp to 600bhp. Other than that it's a 2002 Jordan EJ12 F1 chassis in its classic yellow Jordan colours as driven by Takuma Sato.

Special note:- There is no collision damage waiver available for this experience and a refundable security deposit must be made.  :swoon:

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Offline cosworth151

Re: Fancy driving a real F1 car on track? Well you can now in Britain
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2021, 04:01:43 PM »
I've forwarded the link to my daughter & grand daughter under the header "Fathers Day."

No damage waiver - so it must be the old Pottery Barn system:

You Break It - You Bought It!  :swoon:
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