An Evening with Max Mosley tickets on sale now

Rare chance to meet and question one of motorsport’s most influential figures

Former FIA president and prominent motorsport figure Max Mosley will be available to answer your questions for one night only at an event hosted by Octane Magazine next month. Taking place in London’s Royal Automobile Club on Wednesday 16th September at 6:30pm, the 75-year old will be interviewed by racing correspondent Maurice Hamilton before taking questions from the floor.

Having worked in the FIA between 1993 and 2009, Max Mosley played a pivotal role in ensuring safety in motorsport, and particularly Formula 1, was substantially improved. He was also a key figure in pushing the internationally renowned Euro NCAP road car crash test into practice, and has left a lasting legacy of life-saving methods. 

His career in motorsport spanned six decades, starting with him taking part as a racer, before he moved into team co-ownership and then finally shifted to work for motorsport’s governing body. This is a rare chance to meet and question an icon of motor racing.

Tickets for ‘An Evening with Max Mosley and Octane Magazine’, in association with EFG Private Bank, are on sale now, priced at £125. That gets you a three-course meal with wine, along with a drinks reception to start. Subscribers of evo, Auto Express and The Week get 25 per cent off tickets, bringing them down to £93.75.

Tables of ten are available, and the dress code is lounge suits. You can book tickets here or call 0844 844 0053.

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