People visiting the British International Motor Show (BIMS) this Sunday can have a good look at some of the vehicles used in the world of motor sport.A special event is being held at the exhibition in which cars from Formula 1 (F1), Le Mans 24 Hours racing and touring cars will be on display.Fans worried about missing the Hungarian Grand Prix will be pleased to hear that a special live broadcast of the race will be shown, hosted by former F1 commentator Murray Walker.But fans should remember to keep speeds down when travelling home in order to avoid invalidating their car insurance policies."As well as virtual racing simulators and a number of celebrated pedigree sports cars, there will be live coverage of the Hungarian Grand Prix, televised on a 20-square metre screen, courtesy of Philips," stated event organisers.This Sunday is the last day of the BIMS.
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