BallerStatus.com has a video showing some of the people that were int he Gumball 3000 road rally having lunch at the Skylon Tower:
Before crossing the Gumball 3000 finish line in Times Square Friday (May 7), Texas rap legend Bun B makes a stop to see the falls at Niagara Falls. As he admires the natural wonder, he shoots the sh** with DJ Muggs and famed photographer Estevan Oriol.
From the Niagara Falls Review:
There will be eye candy galore for celebrity-watchers and gear-heads Friday when Hollywood celebs, music stars and sports figures roar into Niagara Falls as part of the Gumball 3000 London-to-New York car rally.
Actor David Hasselhoff, famous for his roles in Baywatch and Knight Rider is one of the tour’s regular participants, along with skateboarding legend Tony Hawk.
The celebrity-packed parade of high-end automobiles will stop at the Skylon Tower during the last leg of the eight day tour, the stretch from Toronto and New York City.
Gumball 3000 is a rally from London to New York, but it takes a different route each year. For the past 12 years, the rally has enlisted folks who live in the fast lane to drive cars like Lamborghinis, Ferrari, Rolls Royces and Bugattis. There are also novelty entries like the 1966 and 1989 Batmobiles and the A-Team van used in the movie to be released later this year.
This comes from a press release I received from the Skylon Tower:
Look out…. ‘the world’s most rock ‘n roll car rally ever staged’ is coming to the Skylon Tower Niagara Falls, Canada!
On Saturday, May 1 the flag will drop at Waterloo Place on the Pall Mall in London following a day of celebrity entertainment, celebrations and skateboard demo by legend Tony Hawk and his skate team. From London the 3000 mile route begins… [with] stopovers in Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Stockholm. From Sweden all 120 vehicles and participants are flown to North America to continue their journey stopping in Boston, Quebec and Toronto, before a pit stop and lunch at the Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls. From Niagara Falls they’ll head directly to the finish line in Times Square, New York City.
You can read the full press release here.
Also, here are some helpful links:
Unfortunately I won’t be able to make it down. My wife is out of town and I’ll have 3 small children with me. I’d end up losing one of them in the crowd!