Presentation on theme: "FORMULA – 1 RACES VISIT RECREATION AREA GIVE A $$ DOLLAR GET A $$ FUN DOLLAR REDEEM $$ FUN DOLLARS AT A THEME PARK PROFIT GENERATED WILL SERVE THE DEAF."— Presentation transcript:
FORMULA – 1 RACES VISIT RECREATION AREA GIVE A $$ DOLLAR GET A $$ FUN DOLLAR REDEEM $$ FUN DOLLARS AT A THEME PARK PROFIT GENERATED WILL SERVE THE DEAF AND DUMB FUN + MEANING
Its too complicated a model. Why would people pay for a recreational area at f1? And if they were to pay, what will be different in the activities at f1 that you will develop than what f1 already provides? How will it give the same level of thrill and add to the experience of the regular f1 fanatic? – Muhammad Amin, CEO Cadbury Pakistan. It is a good idea, basically. I don't know the details, but most humans are willing to assist with those who are less fortunate and they will be willing to share in the division of the cost where it is not a large amount of expense. But, there must be some appeal for them in those "other" areas. Sports minded people are always interested in activities that accelerate their physical senses and bring motion and sounds together. – Almon H. Clegg, Electronics Engineer. It is a very unique concept and a practical one too. However the recreational area should be appealing for a wide audience. Abid Soleja – CEO, Abid Corporation Pakistan It’ll definitely be an excellent incentive to go watch the race because if it all comes down to sitting in one place, I would rather watch in on TV. Plus making it to the top for a noble cause – not just adventure – Its going to be worth it. Mariam Rahim, Student – DOW University of Health and Sciences Climbing for a cause? It will not only enable me to enjoy the race more by capturing precious moments of F1, but it will do good for the less privileged as well. Alizeh Premjee – Student, University of Notthingham Malaysia Campus.
100 – Foot Watch Tower At 50 and 75 Feet Levels: A 360 Degree View of the whole F-1 Circuit At 100 Feet – Open Top: An Aerial View Team Radios for spectators attached with Binoculars Offers you: More fun and adventure Better View More Involvement Climb for a Good Cause and get Fun Dollars
William Frazier Baker, also known as Bill Baker, (born October 9, 1953, Fulton, Missouri) is an American structural engineer known for engineering the Burj Khalifa the world's tallest building/manmade structure. For our vision, there is no other better person who can design the 100 – Foot Watch Tower. Bill Baker will have the perfect ability to mix safety, feasibility, beauty and fun together. Therefore it would be a dream come true if we had the opportunity to interview him. Some Questions: How can a tower be designed to be attractive to a lot of people? How can we insure safety for every spectator? How can a tower accommodate the maximum number of people with a limited amount of space at one given time? What would be the most effective location of such a tower in a Formula -1 Circuit? The Fun Dollar will do two things. Firstly it will give the visitors a chance to redeem the collected Fun Dollars at a 50% Discount at the prescribed Theme Parks. Secondly the Revenue generated by the number of people visiting the tower, will be used to serve the deaf and dumb. This will be done by collaborating with the major Deaf and Dumb Associations spread throughout the World. Our second choice, if given, would have been to interview the leading Philanthropist with regards to the Deaf and Dumb