Mercedes-Benz offers the ultimate location for F1 fanatics in Surrey, UK

Article by Christian A., on March 14, 2012

Mercedes-Benz is offering the ultimate location for the fanatics of the 2012 Formula1 season to watch the event. Specifically, Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands in Surrey will be showing qualifying and race events from across the world to the home of its own tracks and brand experience center where guests can have a more enhanced experience compared to just watching the action on TV.

Mercedes-Benz World has the winning formula for visitors to experience the high octane atmosphere of the race. The innovative, inspiring venue is at Brooklands, which is the home of the first ever purpose-built race track in the world. The entire location has motor racing running through its tracks, matched with the Brooklands Museum where automobiles from the early days that led the way for motor racing are showcased.

Mercedes-Benz World displays a range of automobiles to bring guests closer to Formula 1. At the center of this is the View Suspended II display, which is fitted with the newest 2012 livery from MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula 1 Team.

This displays 3,200 precision engineered automobile parts from a modern day Formula 1 unit carefully arranged by Dutch artist Paul Veroude. It provides a remarkable monument to the innovative technology of Formula 1 that spectacularly deconstructs the racing chassis to expose the vehicle's form but through its inner-most components.

A number of automobiles are also on display around the View Suspended II so that one can get closer to the teams competing throughout the season -- the 2010 season MERCEDES GP PETRONAS automobile driven by Nico Rosberg and seven times World Champion Michael Schumacher, the 2007 Vodafone McLaren Mercedes unit driven by Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton, Mika Hakkinen's 1999 championship winning Team McLaren Mercedes vehicle and the 2009 Force India driven by Adrian Sutil and Giancarlo Fisichella.

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