Lewis Hamilton and Music Producer Spinz Beats met in a studio in London to create ‘The Soundtrack’, inspired by the sounds of the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team & RnB beats.
Each #GoodLuckLewis tweet that you send will power Lewis around the track and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to unlock incredible F1 prizes. Lewis’ target today is 20 laps.
Everyone who tweets a good luck message to Lewis using the specified hashtag will have the chance
to win some exciting F1 prizes, including: signed steering wheels, signed race suit, signed gloves and boots and a signed replica helmet.
Enter the site here.
Six days to go! Lewis got a taste of Silverstone in the all-new A 45 AMG – and he liked it!
Recognising we’re all Social Reporters these days, from Twitter to Facebook and Instagram, Mercedes-Benz are giving fans the chance to invigorate their timelines with amazing content opportunities at this years British Grand Prix and The British Open.
Launching with Formula 1, the winner will be able to attend the Silverstone Grand Prix and document the experience, a pretty great prize for any racing or sports fan.
Read more about the Mercedez-Benz Social Reporter campaign here: http://mbsocialreporter.co.uk
Now this is a very cool piece of video content from Mercedes-Benz. Enlisting the help of Former Formula 1 racing driver David Coulthard and pro-golfer Jake Shepherd they have set a new Guinness World Record.Driving the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster, David Coulthard caught a golf ball (hit by Jake Shepherd) while driving the car. The ball was travelling at 178mph and was caught 275 metres from the tee, setting the record for the ‘furthest golf shot caught in a moving car.’ What a great way to showcase the speed of the vehicle and has already had over 1 million views on YouTube. This stunt required a special black golf ball so that Coulthard could see it travelling through the air. Check out the viral video above ‘The Catch’ and the making of video below. [Source]
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