It’s that time of the year again – preparations are already under way for the 2015 British Motocross Grand Prix. We can’t wait to see the like of Antonio Cairoli battle against American import Ryan Villopoto – on one of Europe’s favourite GP circuits.
Not only will there be exciting MX2 and MXGP classes, but a whole host of support racing, with EMX125, Honda 150, EMX250 and the WMX Women’s World Championship – plenty to keep you busy over the weekend!
The team behind the event works hard every year to bring costs down and put that across to you, the people who make this sport what it is. Because of that, they’ve created a deal the organisers say is the best yet.
For £40 you can get yourself a weekend adult ticket – and £10 for the young motocross enthusiasts that are the future of our sport. Once again they’ll be offering the ultimate upgrade experience to your GP weekend with the VIP packages. With such a great price for a weekend ticket, evening entertainment and camping – just a small walk from the track – 2015 is a better year than any to come down for a full weekend of racing – pitch up from Friday 2pm.
A full list of prices can be found on the British GP website – but hurry, they’ve had to limit these great offers to the first 1500 tickets, ending on January 6. But don’t worry, they’ll still be offering online discounts compared to buying on the day.
“Matterley has hosted more GP’s in the last 20 years than any other track in the UK,” said Steve Dixon, British GP Promoter. “Stability was always my goal with the British GP, and having won 3 out of 4 ‘best track awards’ as voted for by the riders, it goes to show the effort put in by the people involved in this GP and the passion they have for the sport. We’re happy to continue our partnership with Youthstream as they strive to deliver our sport at the highest level.
Steve added: “Not one to stand on our laurels we’re looking to improve the track and infrastructure for internal traffic for 2015. All of this while continuing to deliver bargains for the fans – and set the standard among the world championship series, whilst maintaining the relationship with being in a National Park. I feel proud to have brought this event that is my passion to my hometown of Winchester, where I grew up riding motorbikes. Looking back it’s pretty special.”
We can’t wait to see the British fans on the weekend of May 23-24. Our fingers are crossed hoping for good weather, but either way we know it’ll be a great weekend full of unmissable racing.
Tickets are now available from http://www.britmxgrandprix.com/#!tickets/cvag