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20% off tickets to the British Moto GP at Silverstone
Local company moneysupermarket.com is offering 20% off the price of tickets to this year’s Moto GP race at Silverstone. The price comparison service has teamed up with Silverstone to make this exclusive offer, for the event which is taking place on the 12th June.
How to get your discount
This offer is applicable to anyone who uses the moneysupermarket.com bike insurance comparison service. All you have to do is go to the moneysupermarket.com Moto GP ticket discount page and click on the “get a motorbike insurance quote now” button.
You will then be directed to enter information about yourself and provide a relevant bike registration plate number, all of which is required in order to calculate a bike insurance quote. Remember to take note of the bike insurance company which offers you the cheapest deal, as this will be required later on.
The next step is to phone the Silverstone box office as normal on 0844 372 8260, but this time you should quote the letters “MSM-MGP”. You will then be asked to confirm the bike registration plate number you used for the quote and name the insurer who offered the cheapest quote. Correctly answering these questions will automatically entitle you to the 20% discount.
The best of British
This year’s British round of the Moto GP championship will be even more special than normal as it will be the first time that the series has used the new £27 million pit and paddock complex which is located alongside Hangar straight. Construction began in April 2010 and has been completed ahead of schedule, with Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has hailed the new facilities as “fantastic” and claimed that it “puts Silverstone right up with the best in the world.”
Alongside the fantastic new facilities, there will be eight British riders taking part in the event this year including Cal Crutchlow who is acquainting himself very well in the top tier Moto GP championship for the Monster Tech3 Yamaha team. In the Moto 2 category will be the remarkable 20 year old Bradley Smith, who already has three wins to his name from the 125cc championship. He has a promising future ahead of him and is perhaps the best hope of a home grown winner.
It really is an event not to be missed, and with the moneysupermarket.com offer there is an added incentive to cheer on the British riders at this year’s event.