The first official Formula 1 Exhibition has been confirmed, with Madrid becoming the first host city for the event.
The ticketed event aims to give fans an "unprecedented" insight into the world of F1, through "bold, technology-led design features and large-scale interactive displays" across a multi-room venue.
The Madrid event will run from Friday 24 March 2023 until Sunday 16 July 2023.
RacingNews365 understands from sources that Formula 1 aims to set up the event in several major cities around the world, with New York, London and Amsterdam also strong contenders for the event.
In a statement released by Formula 1, the exhibition will show "a wide range of never-before-seen artefacts and contributions from the sport’s most legendary teams, experts and personalities".
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Commenting on the announcement of the exhibition, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali highlighted the importance of F1-oriented events which honoured the sport's "incredible history".
“The opening of this spectacular exhibition marks a significant moment in the history of Formula 1," said Domenicali.
"As the sport continues to grow at an exponential rate, it’s vital that our fanbase remains at the forefront of everything we do.
"Launching this world-class international exhibition allows more fans around the world to fall in love with F1, while providing the perfect platform for us to honour the sport’s incredible history.
"I want to thank everyone who has contributed to this project and helped to build an exhibition that captures the heart and soul of the sport we all love.”
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