Formula 1 Peace Road Show returning to Jerusalem

September 18, 2014 19:02


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Nearly one year after mesmerizing residents of the capital with the world’s most advanced engineered race cars, the Formula 1 Peace Road Show is returning to traverse the capital’s streets on October 6-7. This year’s event will feature cars from Porsche, Ferrari and Audi driven by internationally celebrated racer, as well as motorcycle stunt drivers. 

“Last year’s show outside of the Old City attracted over a quarter of a million people and brought tremendous contribution to the city’s economy, tourism and branding of Jerusalem in the world,” said Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, a former race-car driver who spearheaded the event.

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