The world's first radio-controlled model and virtual racing destination - Moto Arena - is set to open its doors to the public in six weeks' time, when it is unveiled at the iconic Silverstone Motor Racing Circuit in England.
Moto Arena will offer a full range of radio control (RC), slot car and simulator attractions for motorsport enthusiasts, including:
Visitors will be able to hire remote-control vehicles and buy practice sessions, with on-site tuition provided, to test their skills on the various courses.
Experienced RC drivers and pilots will be encouraged to bring their own vehicles and participate in Moto Arena's official race meetings, or simply set new track and air assault times.
Moto Arena guests will be able to 'try and buy' an unrivalled range of model and remote-controlled vehicles plus other Grand Prix and motorsport products from the venue's showroom-style retail outlet.
Entry to Moto Arena is free, with RC sessions costing from a few dollars. Visitors will be able to purchase 'smart cards' which will be redeemable against the RC attractions or purchases from the retail outlet.
The new Moto Arena leisure attraction will be based at a dedicated 36,000 square feet, three-storey venue in the heart of the Silverstone circuit.
Moto Arena has already teamed up with the circuit to provide joint motorsport packages, which will include a visit to the remote control venue and either a Silverstone track tour or rally experience, to create the ultimate day out. Further details will be available at www.moto-arena.co.uk.