This Sunday, the good folks at Badger GP will have a special live screening of the German Grand Prix from the Hockenheimring, with all proceeds going to charity.
Opening at 11am at the Roxy Bar and Screen on Borough High Street in London, the German Grand Prix is one of a series of charity events, culminating with a bicycle ride from Silverstone to Spa-Francorchamps next month.
In the run up to the Belgian Grand Prix, Adam Mills from Badger GP is joining “Team Ride2Spa”.
Leaving on August 27th, Mills will cycle some 400 miles from damp, miserable and misty Northamptonshire through to damp, miserable and foggy Francorchamps in just four days.
It is hoped at least £20,000 will be made for up to five charities.
Tickets for the German GP screening are being sold on a donation basis and are available right now from Badger GP’s homepage.
There will be further charity drives in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.
It will mark the third screening of the year for the rather epic Formula 1 fan site, which brought the Monaco Grand Prix to the big screen in May. They also opened the year by showing the Australian Grand Prix live in a special “breakfast” event.
All good fun and whatnot. Get your tickets for the German Grand Prix screening at the Roxy Bar and Screen on Borough High Street here.