Formula 1 Exhibition Coming to Toronto in May - Engine Builder Magazine

Formula 1 Exhibition Coming to Toronto in May

F1 fans will be treated to an immersive experience through six specifically designed rooms spread over 20,000 square feet.

The Formula 1 Exhibition, the critically acclaimed display that brings fans into the heart of the world of F1, will make its North American debut in Toronto, Canada at the Lighthouse ArtSpace on May 3, 2024. Toronto is the third F1 Exhibition destination, following a successful world-premier run in Madrid, Spain, where it quickly became the country’s biggest-selling temporary show in 2023 – followed by a record-breaking opening in Vienna, Austria, in February.

F1 fans will be treated to an immersive experience through six specifically designed rooms spread over 20,000 square feet, which feature exclusive interviews from the sport’s most legendary teams and personalities, and include iconic Formula 1 cars, historic artifacts and archive video material.

New for Toronto, visitors will be able to try their hand at racing an F1 car on state-of-the-art simulators using official F1 gaming equipment, while other exclusive collections will be announced ahead of the opening.

In more Formula 1 news, Mercedes has bolstered its technical department by signing former Ferrari designer Simone Resta as strategic development director. He will team up with the Mercedes Technical Director James Allison, whom he worked with at Ferrari between 2013 and 2016.

Resta is expected to take up his role with Mercedes in 2025 after a period of gardening leave. Mercedes’ outgoing Performance Director Loic Serra will be replaced by David Nelson, who was promoted from his role in the vehicle dynamics division.

For more information, visit formula1.com.

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