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Chew secures two year partnership with Motor Sport Hall of Fame

©LGM Photographic, cars at Woodcote Park
Agency Chew has secured a land-mark deal with the revered Motor Sport Hall of Fame Awards. Since its inception in 2010 the event has strictly been invitation only. Attended by legendary motor sport racers, the event is opening its doors to allow 150 members of the public to attend this respected event at the Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park on 31st May.

With founding members including Ayrton Senna, Enzo Ferrari, Stirling Moss and Michael Schumacher, the awards induct a small number of personalities each year. This year, businesses can not only attend the event but also vote on this year’s winners.  So far, double Le Mans winner Darren Turner has confirmed to attend as well as former Inductees Tom Kristensen and Ron Dennis, with further guests to be announced.  

As the Awards’ new event partner, Chew has two packages to engage the corporate market for hospitality. Hosted by BBC’s Jennie Gow, guests can attend the Motor Sport Hall of Fame Live, from 2-5pm where they can enjoy a live Q&A with Motor Sport Editor Damien Smith and celebrity panellists and the opportunity to pose questions themselves plus view an exciting collection of cars and motor cycles including a rare Ferrari 750 Monza and Stirling Moss’s C-Type and of course tea, cake and fizz.  

The Awards dinner will be held from 6.30pm where guests can sip champagne and enjoy canapés with the famous attendees alongside the legendary vehicles. As well as a first class 3 course meal there will be thrilling live entertainment from celebrity drivers on top of enjoying the new Inductees receive their awards.  

Prices start from £4,600 +VAT for a table of 10 (afternoon and evening) and £4,000 +VAT for a table of 10 (evening only). For table availability and further information on packages, organisers should contact Matthew Curran at Chew direct.

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