Vroom, vroom, watch me zoom

‘scuse me while I churn this:

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Timed to coincide with the official Le Mans 24 Hour race, Stan’s Café have converted their factory Headquarters into the site of a major scalextric track on which six teams will do battle in a gruelling 24 hours of slot-car racing. Running alongside the race will be a weekend of activities.

SATURDAY 13th JUNE
Doors open 13:00 Race starts 14:00
Family arts activities 14:00 – 17:00
Film screenings curated by 7 Inch Cinema & Outer Sight 14:00 – 22:00
Le Mans French Cuisine 18:00 – 20:00 from the Kitchen Garden Café
Venue closes to the public 22:00

SUNDAY 14th JUNE
Venue opens to the public 10:00
Brunch at the Pit Stop Café 10:00 – 13:00
Race Finish and Trophy Presentation 14:00

Throughout the event:
• Watch the racing from the grandstand
• Pit Stop Cafe for drinks and snacks
• Scalextric Test Tracks for public use
• Surprise guests
• Listen to race commentary provided by Craig Stephens & James Yarker live or streamed on the web.

Entrance charge – £3 Adults/£2 Children
Weekend tickets – £5/£3
Venue: @ A E Harris, 110 Northwood Street,
Birmingham B3 1SZ

And if you’re in the Coventry area Stan’s are also doing the very exciting Spy Steps at Warwick Arts Centre.

1 comment for “Vroom, vroom, watch me zoom

  1. 1 June 2009 at 12:19 am

    I once heard a guy who phoned into a radio station after suffering some rather nasty affects after playing his Scalextric naked. One of the cars flew off and electrocuted his manhood, which made it spring into life for about 5 hours so he couldn't even wee. He was in angony but kept insisting he was too embarrassed to go the Dr's, so preferred to seek advice from a phone-in radio show. Medical types kept calling in to advise him to get himself to hospital. So there's a valuable lesson: don't play Scalextric naked.

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