The Comma Caterham Experience

Strap yourself in, hold tight and get ready for a thrill-a-second bout of hair-raising, high performance action at the 2004 Motor Show Live (26 May to 6 June) courtesy of a car with nearly half a Century of heritage.

With a debut appearance at the 1957 London Motor Show, the modern day descendant of the Caterham Seven will be offering must-try passenger rides around a specially constructed course at the NEC based event.

After a hugely successful maiden outing at the Autosport International Show in January, the "Comma Caterham Experience" once again brings together the British sportscar maker and its long-term partner, performance oils and car care products manufacturer, Comma.

Plucky visitors will be able to jump into the passenger seat of the lightweight 120bhp Seven for three frenetic laps – and the occasional adrenalin-rushing donut!

"We’ve brought the big-dipper to the NEC," pronounced Andy Noble of Caterham Cars. "Seeing the Seven perform from a distance is one thing, actually getting the chance to sit alongside someone who really knows his stuff is an altogether different experience."

"People will be able to see first hand what 220bhp per tonne of power can do even in a small space!"

Those brave enough will also receive a T-shirt, motoring magazines and a Comma goody bag of car care products.

The Comma Caterham Experience will be held in the outdoors facilities, behind Hall 4, between doors 3.8 and 4.1.

Published : 12/05/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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