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WIN tickets to Wales Rally GB 2015

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All the stand-out excitement and drama of top class World Championship motor sport is roaring back into north Wales in November – and here’s your chance to experience the spectacular, high-flying, sideways action.

Wales Rally GB (12-15 November) is the final round of this year’s globetrotting FIA World Rally Championship. Welsh hero Elfyn Evans and Northern Irish star Kris Meeke are among the front runners and both will be challenging for a famous home win. Indeed Meeke has already rewritten the record books by winning this season.

We are giving away two pairs of family tickets (2 adults and 3 Children) to Saturday’s family-friendly RallyFest stage at Chirk Castle with easy access off the A5.

The hugely popular RallyFest at Chirk Castle not only allows you to watch the world’s best drivers in ​thrilling action it also provides entertainment and facilities for all ages including air displays, special parades and big screens to watch all the action.

Access to the Ceremonial Start at Mostyn Street in Llandudno and the Ceremonial Finish located in the central Service Park in Deeside are all FREE. Advance tickets for the Chirk Catle RallyFest stage – as well as tickets for the more traditional rally stages in the legendary Welsh forests – are now on sale via the official WalesRallyGB.com website. What’s more there are BIG discounts for those who book now!

To win tickets to the action-packed Wales Rally GB RallyFest at Chirk Castle simply answer the question below.

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Competition closes at midnight 8 November 2015, winners will be notified 9 November 2015

 

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