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    NAA event: Business Excellence meeting – Win a drive of the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power circuit, Friday 13 June 2014 – and also win a drive of the amazing BAC Mono

    We are excited to announce that one person attending the Business Excellence meeting at this year’s Cholmondeley Pageant of Power will be winning a completely unique opportunity to drive around the Pageant of Power circuit. Also, for those people attending the event, there will also be a draw on the day for a drive of the awesome BAC Mono at a later date

    The unique opportunity to drive a Ford EcoBoost-powered car at the Pageant of Power circuit has been offered by Ford. As if this wasn’t enough, people attending the BE event at CPOP will be entered into a draw and one very lucky name will be pulled out of a hat to win a drive of the (Ford-powered) BAC Mono – the car that set the second-fastest ever lap time on Top Gear.

    All you need to do to enter both of these competitions is sign up to attend the Business Excellence meeting at this year’s Cholmondeley Pageant of Power on Friday 13 June, the North West’s most entertaining automotive event, featuring incredible cars racing around the country estate’s circuit.

    The Business Excellence meeting at Cholmondeley on Friday 13 June will allow you to be in the centre of the action on the racing circuit. We strongly recommend that you book now as places for this unique event are limited

    The Cholmondeley Pageant of Power is a weekend motorsport festival held on a country estate in Cheshire. The main attraction is the incredible diversity of vehicles that take to the 1.2 mile track to try and set the fastest time in their class. In 2012 NAA member BAC set the fastest time overall for a car with road tyres with its single-seater Mono, beating supercars costing more than twice its price. So which will be the fastest car in 2014?

    Come along and witness the spectacular action on the track, as well as on the lake and in the sky, at this year’s Pageant, by attending the NAA’s Business Excellence meeting on Friday 13 June. The meeting will start at 9am and will consist of presentations from NAA members who work in the field of motorsport, including BAC and Juno. The meeting will end at 12.15pm when a light buffet will be available.

    Following lunch, you will be free to remain at the event and enjoy the action on the track for the rest of the day.

    The BE event is free of charge, but all attendees will need to pay a specially negotiated rate for entry into the Pageant of £20, which will cover one person per company. Due to the anticipated high demand for this event, places are limited to a maximum of two people per company, with the second attendee paying £40. Payment must be made to the NAA at least 30 days in advance of the event.

    There is also a separate opportunity for companies to use the event to entertain their own clients or staff on Friday afternoon, Saturday or Sunday. NAA members can enjoy discounts for hospitality rates, as well as for normal entry to the event over weekend.

    You can even stay at the event on Friday evening and watch Status Quo in concert, and there’s also a Fireworks concert on Saturday night.

    If you would like to attend the Business Excellence event on the Friday please register your interest with Zoe by 30 April as there is likely to be strong demand for places. 

    For more information about corporate hospitality opportunities and rates, or the Friday night concert, contact Becci or Victoria at the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power on 01829 772432 or

    For more information about the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power visit: 

    Ford at the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power 2014
    Ford returns to the North West for its fourth successive Pageant this year, bringing the company’s latest EcoBoost-powered cars and vans to launch to the media. EcoBoost refers to Ford’s award-winning turbo-powered, direct-injection petrol engines, now available across its car and van range. The 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine, which produces up to 125PS in Fiesta and Focus models, has been International Engine of the Year for the last two years. This year the 1.0-litre EcoBoost debuts in Ford Transit Courier and Connect vans. The selection of EcoBoost-engined vehicles competing on the Cholmondeley circuit on 13 June is set to include head-turning Fords such as a Formula Ford single seater, Caterham Roadsport and the latest Ford Fiesta in new ST3 series guise.
    Ford has sold the most cars in Britain for 37 consecutive years and topped the UK van charts for 48 successive years. Of its 14,500 employees in Britain, 750 are employed in Merseyside at Ford’s joint venture transmission plant at Halewood with Getrag.

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