I have five grandstand passes to give away for this weekend at Silverstone. Let me know if you’re interested.

The AirAsia British Grand Prix is now starting from the new Pit and Paddock Complex ‘The Silverstone Wing’ in 2011.

MotoGP is the pinnacle of two-wheeled motorsport and Silverstone is focusing its attentions on delivering another exhilarating AirAsia British Grand Prix on 10-12 June 2011. MotoGP’s highly anticipated return to Silverstone, in June 2010, was a resounding success, praised by riders, fans and media alike, and the Northamptonshire circuit is planning an even bigger two-wheeled festival in 2011.

In 2011, fans will have eight British riders to get behind on the MotoGP grid, as former World Superbike rider Cal Crutchlow steps-up to join the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 team. Bradley Smith will also be racing at a higher level next season, after securing a ride in the Moto2 class, joining fellow young Brits Scott Redding and Kev Coghlan. There are also four British riders in 125cc, Taylor Mackenzie, Harry Stafford, Danny Kent and Danny Webb.

From 10 to 12 June* 2011 you’ll be able to watch Cal battle it out against the likes of Valentino Rossi, Casey Stoner and Jorge Lorenzo as they wrestle these 200bhp machines around Silverstone’s iconic corners.

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  1. OMG my youngest has just seen this over my shoulder. He would give a kidney to go to this. Sadly we’re not back in the UK in time… *sob*

  2. My motorbike mad parents would love this, particularly as due to a bad back he hasn’t got on his baby in 6 weeks 😉

    Although I am sure you have already plenty of requests from friends for these great tickets

  3. I would love some please! Sent you an email xx

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  5. Really sorry Heidi but the tickets have all gone to bloggers so that they can review the event. Hope your dad feels better soon and apologies again, I’d have loved to have helped out Lx

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