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Early bird offers about to end for Silverstone Classic

Published 12 March 2014

Advanced ticket sales for this summer's Silverstone Classic (25-27 July) are running at unprecedented levels, with record numbers taking full advantage of the special ‘Early Bird’ discounts currently on offer. Those booking by, 31 March 2014, can save up to 15 per cent on adult tickets.

The 2014 race line-up promises to be every bit as good and, with more car clubs than ever before registering for in-field displays, last July’s best ever total of 9000 classic cars on show could be surpassed in July. Other confirmed highlights include demonstrations and parades to mark the centenary of the Maserati marque, as well as the Golden Anniversary of Ford’s Mustang – the world’s best-selling ‘classic’ car of all time.

Tickets will only be available in advance and the Classic is sticking to its popular ‘access all areas’ policy. Offering great value, all tickets grant admission to free parking, both race pits and paddocks, trackside grandstands, fun fair rides, air displays and live music concerts on Friday and Saturday evening which this year will be topped by Canned Heat and Bonnie Tyler.

Those booking before the end of March can save almost 15 per cent on three-day weekend tickets, which are priced at £95 rather than £110. Similar discounts are available on all adult tickets. Child (aged 6 to 16) admission tickets are only £5.50 and those aged under 6 year are free. To avoid confusion, the ‘booking fee’ is now included in the price with only a small single transaction fee added to cover postage (£1.95 for standard delivery).

For further information and full details of all Early Bird ticket offers, visit the official www.silverstoneclassic.com website.  

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