Ebay listing: Chance to own ‘unforgettable part of Formula 1 history’

The Force India motorhome has been listed on Ebay’s classified section, offering fans a chance to experience their own piece of F1 luxury for €500,000.

Formula One fans have the chance to now purchase their very own F1 motorhome and live like a driver on a race weekend.

Listed on Ebay for €500,000, the three-storey home would have once housed notable drivers, including Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon.

“Experience ultimate comfort like a true Formula 1 professional with the luxurious motorhome of the former Force India Formula One Team. This mobile home was once the base of the racing team during Grand Prix weekends and offers everything the team and drivers needed for a successful racing season,” the listing states.

Decked out in Force India’s famous pink livery, the motorhome is described as having an “elegant” interior, fully equipped with sleeping areas, a kitchen, bathrooms, a reception area and office.

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“With its robust chassis and state-of-the-art systems, this motorhome is ready for any trip. It is an unforgettable part of Formula 1 history and an absolute eye-catcher at every event, company premises or venue,” the listing continues.

“Whether you’re a Formula 1 fan or simply looking for a mobile luxury property, this motorhome has everything you need,” it concludes.

Force India entered Formula 1 in 2007 through a consortium led by Vijay Mallya, an Indian businessman, and Michiel Mol, a Dutch businessman.

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When Mallya was accused of fraudulent activity and became unable to run the team, it went into administration before its assets were bought by Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll.

Stroll renamed the team Racing Point Force India before renaming it Racing Point for the 2019 season.

Racing Point ultimately rebranded to Aston Martin for the 2021 season, bringing the British car manufacturer back to the sport for the first time since 1960.