Madrid Will Host the First-Ever Formula One Exhibition

This groundbreaking exhibition, which opens on Thursday, July 13, and runs through Sunday, July 16, 2023, at the world-famous IFEMA […]


This groundbreaking exhibition, which opens on Thursday, July 13, and runs through Sunday, July 16, 2023, at the world-famous IFEMA MADRID, promises to be a breathtaking journey through the fascinating world of Formula 1. The event was produced officially in collaboration with Formula 1 and with unparalleled support from the racing community.

It features a wide variety of never-before-seen artifacts and contributions from some of the sport’s most iconic teams, specialists, and personalities. Six custom-built galleries, created in collaboration with renowned artists, filmmakers, and artisans, make up the show, which is presented in conjunction with Round Room Live. The exhibition takes Formula 1 fans on a journey unlike any they have ever been on before, with cutting-edge design and massive interactive displays that reveal the sport’s hidden history, present, and future.

The amazing 90-minute event was planned for many years, and it elegantly mixes great audio-visual design, rare video and pictures, technical and educational exhibits, sculptural pieces, and legendary Grand PrixTM vehicles to provide an immersive experience for everyone. Beginning this coming Thursday, December 1, tickets will be available to the general public. You may sign up for the exhibition’s email list here on November 29 to get access to pre-sale tickets. The pre-sale for Formula 1 tickets begins on Wednesday, November 30, for those on the organization’s email list.

“The launch of this fantastic display represents a major event in Formula 1,” stated Formula 1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali. Our fans must be at the center of our efforts as the sport expands exponentially. The ideal platform to celebrate the glorious history of Formula One, the launch of this world-class worldwide exhibition will enable more fans across the globe to fall in love with the sport. I want to express my gratitude to everyone who has worked on this exhibition and helped create something that embodies the spirit of the sport we all love.

“To organize and develop the world’s first official Formula 1 Exhibition has been a big honor,” said Timothy Harvey, the exhibition’s lead curator and producer. Formula 1 enthusiasts will like this presentation since it gives them access to a wide variety of previously unseen, exciting, and surprising aspects of the sport. The enthusiasm of many F1 teams and notables has been incredible. I think the program does a great job of highlighting the history and legacy of Formula 1 in a dramatic and entertaining style that will appeal to both longtime fans and newcomers alike.

Many years have gone into preparing for this moment, and now I can’t wait to welcome customers in Madrid! There were a record 22 Grands Prix on the 2021 Formula One schedule, and the championship battle between Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes and Max Verstappen of Red Bull was one for the ages. They were head and shoulders above the others all year and went into the final race, tied for points. The race was decided on the penultimate lap when Verstappen passed Hamilton for the win and became the first Dutchman to win the title. With this triumph, Mercedes clinched their ninth straight manufacturers’ championship. At the same time, Daniel Ricciardo won again for McLaren, and Esteban Ocon won for the Alpine team for the first time in Formula One.