LIVE: Formula 1 comes to Jerusalem

Cars racing around capital for Formula 1’s “Peace Road Show."

June 13, 2013 16:25
Nir Barkat preparing for Formula 1 race in Jerusalem

Nir Barkat preparing for Formula 1 race in Jerusalem 150. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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In a first, Formula 1’s internationally renowned race cars and drivers are traversing the capital’s streets Thursday through Friday, accompanied by models designed by the nation’s leading race car engineers.

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The event, part of Formula 1’s “Peace Road Show,” features world-class cars and drivers representing Ferrari, Mercedes and Audi – as well as models constructed by Ben-Gurion University’s student race car team, “Ben- Gurion Racing.”

Jerusalem Formula 1 Exhibition 2013

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Nir Barkat talking about the event

Ferrari on the streets of Jerusalem

On Thursday and Friday, 2013, street closures will affect normal activities and traffic flow throughout Jerusalem.

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