So, in writing as many blogs as I have lately, I have to scour the internet to research RV topics on a daily basis. Sometimes I know what I’m looking for, but most of the time I stumble across something that might be of interest to someone else and I write about it. In doing my pseudo research today I realized that I’ve developed a peculiar habit looking for really unique RVs and RV videos on YouTube. Every now and then I’ll find something that is worth sharing.
These are Formula One hospitality..uh…RVs…I think they’re RVs anyway. Regardless they are engineering marvels;
Here is a compilation of Formula One hospitality areas.
Ferrari – 3 floors. Ground floor is a conference and meeting place, the upper floor is reserved for Philip Morris + clients and guests.
BMW – Traditional motorhome, modern twist. On either side of the central area are two large multifloored areas. In-between is a multifloored hospitality area with a bar in the centre. The whole thing is covered with a canvas roof.
Renault – The central portion is a dining and press conference area. The two motorhomes are for the team, directors and drivers to work and relax.
Williams – Traditional with two side by side motor homes with offices, joined in the middle by a large hospitality restaurant area.
Red Bull – The Red Bull Energy Station has the largest surface area of all of the motorhomes. But it is a combines both Red Bull and Toro Rosso. 3 floors, several bars, dining areas and terraces.
Toyota – Also traditional style with a large veranda off to the side for dining and hospitality. Inside are offices for the drivers and senior staff.
Honda – Has an “environmental theme” with two bars for eating down either side of the central area.
Super Aguri – Consists of two separate traditional motorhomes side by side, each with an enclosed truck office area and an external hospitality area. This is the former Jordan team’s motorhome.
Force India – An enormous structure with a wall of glass. 3 floors, 350 sqm and a large outdoor entertaining area.
McLaren – 3 stories, with a reflective glass facade. Open-floor on the ground level, offices on the second and a gallery for guests on the top. The drivers also have special rooms with games consoles, showers, and MP3-docking stations.
Wow. Those are way out of my league. Of course these guys are more my style ; )