They're calling it their "Never stop. Never settle." campaign, showcasing the story of legendary motorist Sir Malcolm Campbell's historic breaking of nine land speed records in the 1920's and 30's. Considering the spirit of the campaign, I have to wonder if Sir Malcolm Campbell's iconic racecar had brakes.
See, Campbell was the kind of thrill seeker who broke land speed record after land speed record. Campbell, as it turns out, was also famous for being one of the few land speed record holders who did not die in a firey auto crash. He had a series of cars, all called "Blue Bird," and Hennessy is touring a 24 foot replica of one of these fast, fast cars across America.
Binny's Lincoln Park
Friday, April 25th, 4-7 pm
Binny's Evergreen Park
Sunday, April 27th, 1-3 pm
Along with the car and a timeline of Campbell's accomplishments, Hennessy is showcasing samples of signature cocktails featuring Hennessy. Plus, this is your chance to enter a sweepstakes to win a trip to France, including stops at the Hennessy Distillery in Cognac and the Formula 1 Academy in Nice. If you can't make it to the event, participate by tweeting @HennessyUS
with the hashtag #wildrabbitchase
Now, and artist's rendering of the tour: