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Hamilton and Kobayashi attending FOTA Fans Forum



June.16 – McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton and Sauber F1’s Kamui Kobayashi are among those who will be presence the second FOTA Fans Forum, which will be taking place at the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking on 30 June. Also accessible to talk with fans and the gathered media will be Team Principals Martin Whitmarsh and Ross Brawn.

The second Fans Forum will be separated into three sections, with a number of different personalities being on-hand to answer questions.

Part 1 – The Big Picture:

Discussing how to improve the show – such as the racing, rules, calendar and television coverage – will be FOTA Chairman and McLaren Team Principal Martin Whitmarsh, Mercedes Team Principal Ross Brawn, Virgin Racing Chairman Graeme Lowden and Force India Deputy Team Principal Robert Fernley.

Part 2 – Technical Inspection:

Talk on how 2011’s technical innovations have improved the racing and what else could be improved with McLaren Technical Director Paddy Lowe, Renault Technical Director James Allison and Red Bull Head of Race Engineering Paul Monaghan.

Part 3 – The Drivers

A chance to quiz McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton and Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi.

FOTA will be awarding tickets to the Forum on a first come, first served basis. If you are interested in attending, FOTA can be contacted by email at – it is requested than a question, contact details and (if possible) Twitter account details are provided.


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