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Win VIP Tickets To Avon Tyres British GT At Snetterton

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We really do spoil you at theCheckeredFlag.co.uk, we’ve just announced VIP tickets for the British F3 at Snetterton and we’re giving you the opportunity to double your chances of winning with another pair of VIP tickets to the same weekend courtesy of Avon Tyres.

The Avon Tyres British GT Championship is one of theUK’s most exciting motor racing spectacles, with grids of mouth-watering sportscars such as the Aston Martin V12 Vantage, the Ferrari 458, and the Porsche 997 GT3 R.

On August 4 and 5, Britain’s premier endurance racing championship rumbles into Snetterton and you could be there to see a field of flame-spitting musclecars in all their glory, thanks to Avon Tyres.

The lucky winners will gain access to the circuit on both days and will enjoy free food and drink in the official championship hospitality unit on the Sunday, with the chance to walk the grid before the Avon Tyres British GT race.

To be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize, simply answer the following question.

COMPETITION CLOSED

If you don’t win, you can book tickets through www.snetterton.co.uk or by calling 0843 453 9000. Tickets cost as little as £17 if bought in advance, while children aged twelve and under get in free.

Competition closes midnight 29 July.

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