Jerusalem Formula 2014 Road Show Details Announced

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Today seems to be sports announcement day, first winning gymnasts and now sports cars.

Faster, more intense and more thrilling than ever before…

For the first time in Israel, the Formula 1 Fan Zone!

Watch out – October 6 and 7, Jerusalem, Israel streets will be closed.

Straight from new press release: The Road Show will showcase some of the world’s top vehicles:

Scuderia Ferrari

Caterham F1 Team

Audi R10 TDI LeMans

Porsche 911 GT3 RSR

Porsche GT

Ferrari 458 Challenge 2

Formula Master

Formula 3

Formula 4

image race car in Jerusalem Formula show

Participating Drivers

A team of Israeli motor-sport superstars will take part in the event: Roi Nissany (F3 driver) in the Formula Master single seater , Yarin Stern in a Formula 3 single seater , Bar Baruch in a formula 4 single seater and Alon Day, who now competes in German masters GT Series.

Also taking part in the show: legendary motorcycle stunt rider Rafal Pasierbek on his Kawasaki ZC636, stunt driver Terry Grant and his hot rod, eight pro riders from the FMX4Ever Team in a freestyle motocross show, as well as many more surprises, altogether making for an extreme and unforgettable two-day motor sport experience.

–          SCUDERIA FERRARI – Giancarlo FISICHELLA         

–          CATERHAM F1 TEAM – Nathanael BERTHON

–          AUDI R10 TDI Le Mans – Nathanael BERTHON

–          FERRARI 458 A – Marco CIOCI / Alex Moiseev

–          FERRARI 458 B – Joshua CARTU / Marco CIOCI

–          PORSCHE 911 GT3 RSR – Daniel MANCINELLI

–          PORSCHE GT – Alon DAY

–          Formula Master – Roy NISSANY                               

–          Formula 4 – Bar BARUCH                                            

–          Formula 3 – Yarin STERN

–          FMX4Ever – 8 freestyle riders

–          KAWASAKI ZX 636 – Rafal PASIERBEK

–          Hot Rod Vehicle – Terry GRANT

Sports Cars Exhibition

The exhibition in the Old New Train Station area compound will be open to the public from October 6th to October 17th. The exhibition will offer the public a glance at the vehicles participating in the Road Show: the amazing racing cars from around the world, stunt motorbikes, stunt cars and many more.

In addition, you will find at the Old New Train Station area a coffee shop, a merchandise store with all of the leading motor sports brands, and this year, for the first time, a new addition –Formula 1 Fan Zone!

The Formula 1 Fan Zone will offer a simulators competition with a great prize for the winner.

Route

In order to allow spectators an improved and prolonged view of the event’s highlights, we have decided to change the course of the track. The route will start from the Old Train Station and continue through Remez Street, leading to the Gan Ha’Paamon where the first stunt area will be located. Onward, the route will continue to King David Street, turning right at Karib Street, before continuing along Mamilla Avenue. The second stunt area will be located at the footsteps of the Old City walls, at the entrance to the Karta parking lot. From there, the vehicles will return to the original starting point.

Unique VIP zones will be placed at locations along the entire route. The public will be able to purchase tickets to the some of the seating areas in advance at the BIMOT box office.

 Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat:

“Last year, the Jerusalem Formula Road Show attracted over 250,000 people to Jerusalem, significantly contributed to the city’s economy and tourism, and gave the world a different perspective of the city. The pictures of the Formula 1 cars racing through our streets sent an international message that Jerusalem is an open, welcoming city in which sport and entertainment are enjoyed by residents and tourists alike.

Last year was an amazing event, hope they learned from the first attempt to make this year even better.  One thing I noticed was that there are to be official “crossing times” so there should be fewer tears from those stuck on wrong side of track.

But, wonder why they took the word “Peace” out of the 2014 official title.

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