F1 Arcade coming to London in first of its kind worldwide

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The London venture from Adam Breeden will feature realistic F1 simulator alongside food and drink offerings

by The Newsroom

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The first of its kind F1 Arcade is coming to London and will feature 60 realistic F1 simulators alongside high-end food and drinks on offer that will match the Formula One race weekend that is taking place.

The venture has been created by Adam Breeden, who’s already had success with creating similar competitive socializing venues such as Flight Club and Bounce, and will be situated inside the One New Change retail centre, St Pauls.

The themed venue in London will feature 60 motion F1 simulators

F1 Arcade is due to open on November 24 and anyone interested in what they have to offer can sign up to the waiting list.

Founder of F1 Arcade Adam Breeden said: “We are thrilled to offer the first of these premium and exclusive entertainment experiences right in the heart of London.

“It has been my most ambitious project to date, taking everything we know about competitive socializing venues and adding the strength of the Formula 1 brand.

Breeden added: “This is all the glamor of a grand prix weekend in your city, all year round. The cutting-edge technology, high-class food and beverage, coupled with a jaw-dropping venue design sets a new level of quality.”

The technology for the simulators has been created by Motorsport Games, making use of the rFactor 2 platform, and will feature up-to-date mods of all the cars on the grid and allow visitors to race in single events, head-to-head or in full grand prix weekends.

F1 commercial managing director, Brandon Snow, said: “We are very excited to introduce F1 Arcade, a brand-new premium entertainment venue that everyone can enjoy.

“F1 Arcade is an ambitious project that will allow people to get even closer to the Formula 1 experience by giving guests the chance to get behind the wheel of bespoke racing simulators in stylish surroundings with a high-quality hospitality offering.

He added: “Kindred Concepts and Formula 1 have worked tirelessly to ensure F1 Arcade will provide everyone who visits, fans and non-fans alike and regardless of age or ability, an incredible premium experience.”

More details for how much a visit to the F1 Arcade will cost are yet to be revealed.

London Herald