After much anticipation surrounding the reveal of the new Westwood Racing car over the past few days, which led to much running around in some extravagant and some budget methods of transportation. However, finally, the moment has arrived. The three drivers are standing next to the car. They are ready to take off the covers....
Harry Westwood, being mischeivous and enjoying keeping everyone's anticipation high, chooses to announce who will partner Tumo Kinnumen this season. He said "Now I bet you're all wondering who is going to partner Kinnumen this year. Well, I've looked at a few things, and after some long internal debate, I have finally made my decision. Please let's have a round of applause for the man who will be behind the wheel of the number 70 car this season... Keith Boston!!!". The American immediately sprang forward, grinning from ear to ear, and even took a bow when it was suggested by Westwood. However, after much playing around, it was time to get down to the serious business. The car was finally about to be unveiled.
Westwood opened the next stage with "Now we've had some rough times at this factory already. We had highs and lows, especially as we struggled towards the end of last season. I had a fire in my other factory and we lost all funding. I even stopped my own pay just to make sure my factory engineers and my drivers could get theirs for a short time, we were that close to the line. However, having found new sponsors, and with them, new hope, we as a team have created what we think is a worthy challenger for season two. Please rise, ladies and gentlemen, for the WR02!!!"
Onto the subject of sponsors now, and Harry promised this one would be short, as he and everyone there wished to enjoy a fine lunch. "Now like I said, we lost almost all our sponsors last season. The only ones we were left with were arqiva and martini. Arqiva sadly weren't fond of what happened, and they didn't enjoy being a sponsor in this sport, which they admitted they do not understand fully. Therefore after some discussion, they agreed to cut off the final year of the sponsorship at the price of reduced sponsorship space. Now, martini, as everyone knows, are a big part of this sport so they were more than happy to take up some extra space, so we agreed and extended their contract. From there I just picked up some new sponsorship deals, one of them very very last minute. But we also stuck our logo on there a few times, because, why not?" And with a cheeky smile he announced it was time for brunch, not lunch, as it was too late for breakfast but far too early for lunch. He didn't know why he'd said lunch earlier.
After the much enjoyed brunch Westwood topped off a fine day of announcements and the like by requesting everyone come out onto the small testing track nearby. They then got the pleasure of seeing the WR02 (powered by Westwood engines as well) fired up for the first time. Each driver completed a couple of laps, and then just like that the unveiling was over. But the party had just begun.
Harry Westwood told everyone to enjoy all of his refreshments because, that was after all, why he'd put them out in the first place. He told any Collantine Cup participants that he had prepared a small room for each one where they would not be disturbed, and it was in perfect condition to use for racing. He then shook each driver's hand and stood by the car for photos, answered a few regular media questions, and the rest, as they say, is history.