Motorsport Network joins GP France Roadshow

Motorsport Network joins GP France Roadshow

29 April 2019

The phenomenal GP France Roadshow is currently touring France promoting the French Grand Prix, and the Motorsport Network will be joining them at all remaining rounds.

Renault F1 car doing demonstration runs

This spring, to give fans a taster of the 2019 race, the Grand Prix de France has organised a roadshow with a 2012 Formula 1 car and Renault Sport R.S.01. Motorsport Network will be there to help celebrate.

Perhaps you are one of the lucky few who saw young Losange drivers Anthoine Hubert and Jack Aitkin doing donuts around Disneyland Paris and Marcq a few days ago? Well, the best is yet to come! No less than 13 other demonstrations will take place in towns across France from 26th April to 12th May. The tour will start in Pierre-Bénite in the Rhône region and travel up to Saint-Raphaël, in the Var region, taking in several other towns along the route.

As GIP Grand Prix de France's new partner, you will find our dedicated Motorsport Network stand at every event. Our stand will have a games area where you could be in with the chance of winning a prestigious Giorgio Piola watch (we have one to give away per day)! A representative of the Motorsport Network team will also be on hand to answer any questions that you have about the upcoming French F1 event.

The roadshow is organised by Renault F1 and the GP de France and fans will also have opportunities to meet their current F1 drivers, with Daniel Ricciardo (7-time race winner) making an appearance on the 1st May in Nice, and his teammate Nico Hulkenburg on the 4th May in Salon-de-Provence. There will also be free "F1 Villages" when fans can get closer to the action with simulators and pit stop challenges.

This family friendly event is the perfect teaser of what is to come at the 2019 French F1, which takes place on 23rd June at the Paul Ricard Circuit and is sure to be a sell-out.

Still to come:

1st May: Nice (Alpes-Maritimes)
3rd May: Châteaurenard (Bouches-du-Rhône)
4th May: Salon-de-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône)
5th May: Toulon (Var)
8th May: Aix-en-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône)
9th May: Brignoles (Var)
10th May: Sisteron (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence)
11th May: La Londe-les-Maures (Var)
12th May: Saint-Raphaël (Var)

Driver interactivity where available