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Formula One Exhibition attracts VIPs to opening

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William Halkiw with his 1987 Lotus 99T driven by Ayrton Senna.

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By George Pimentel Special to the Star

It was a race to remember on May 1, when the Lighthouse ArtSpace in downtown Toronto hosted the VIP opening celebration for the North American debut of the Formula One Exhibition. Hundreds of guests explored the 20,000-square-foot presentation, which includes six specially designed galleries in a museum-like setting. The exhibition, presented by TSN, features interactive and immersive experiences that showcase the past, present and future of Formula One racing, including iconic cars, historical artifacts, authentic racing suits and helmets as well as state-of-the-art racing simulators.

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Deepa Prashad.

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Daniel Roby, Melanie Villeneuve, Christian Simoneau and Philippe Laguë.

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Tim Harvey, Stephen Shaw and Jonathan Linden.

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Cristina Lee Mace.

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Beth Merrick and Dale Shaughnessy.

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Gladys Orozco and Elvis Stojko.

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Melissa Grelo.

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Tyrone Bowers and Lina Policaro.

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Tracy Moore and Eva Perron.

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Tim Harvey and Jonathan Linden.

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Fouzia Younis.

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Ben Ennis.

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Jon Erlichman.

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Bill Coulter.

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Briony Douglas.

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Simon Dawson and Mirlinda Bajraktari-Dawson.

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