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Promoted: Support Ferrari with a Shell Motorsport Mocktail

This week Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc visited Shell House Canada to learn how to make a mocktail inspired by one of F1’s longest partnerships.

Promoted: Support Ferrari with a Shell Motorsport Mocktail

Mocktails and motorsport - not the most obvious of partnerships, but the intricacies of mixing the perfect mocktail mirror the detail-oriented attitude of Shell as it creates race fuels and lubricants for Scuderia Ferrari in Formula 1.

To illustrate the process with flare, Shell teamed up with local Montreal mixologist Rose Simard to design a delicious mocktail with flavours of grapefruit, star anise and ginger. Motorsport.com’s Julia Piquet visited Rose at her downtown Montreal studio before Rose set up an impromptu bar at Shell House Canada and instructed Scuderia Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc in the art of mixing the perfect non-alcoholicmocktail.

You too can try this delicious recipe at home:

¼ cup of sea buckthorn berries

2oz grapefruit juice

Ginger beer

0.75oz honey

Orange peel & star anise to garnish

Why not mix up a batch in support of Scuderia Ferrari at tomorrow’s Canadian Grand Prix?

In other news at Shell House Canada, the event space is open to Formula 1 ticket holders for the race weekend. Fans from all over the world have been stopping off to test their mettle on the simulator, compete with friends in the Batak challenge, learn about the Shell Innovation Partnership with Scuderia Ferrariand listen to the exciting sounds on track from the house’s trackside location in the Fan Zone. Will we see you there?

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