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Donington Park celebrates racing legends with corporate suite

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Donnington Park Donington Park Grand Prix Collection Museum has opened the Senna Fangio corporate suite at the East Midlands racing circuit.
 
The museum has the world’s largest collection of Grand Prix racing cars and the new Senna Fangio suite can hold 100 people in a theatre-style setting, with an adjacent catering room.
 
The suite itself takes its name from two of the biggest legends in international motorsport, multiple Formula One World Champions Ayrton Senna and Juan Manuel Fangio. Senna won the 1993 European Grand Prix at the track.

Gemma Toogood, Donington Park’s Head of Commercial Sales and Marketing, says: “The Senna Fangio suite is a unique and stunning venue for hosting corporate activities, especially for events with a racing or automotive theme. Guests are always impressed when they see the museum and the priceless cars the Donington Grand Prix Collection has on display - it gives extra status to corporate events.”
 
Companies first in to the new suite with their training and executive meetings include BSkyB, Rolls Royce and Q8 Oils.
 
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