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Win weekend tickets to Silverstone finale!
4 October 2011
The fight to secure the 2011 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship title is set to be a dramatic affair on Finals Day at Silverstone – and you could be there to catch all the action as an unprecedented five drivers prepare to do battle for the crown.
Victory in the final race of the weekend at Brands Hatch means Matt Neal is the man to beat going into the season finale on the National Circuit, but the Honda man is just five points ahead of team-mate Gordon Shedden and defending champion Jason Plato; a winner twice in last weekend's penultimate meeting of the year at the wheel of his Silverline Chevrolet Cruze.
While the top three are the three likely to fight for the title, there remains an outside chance that Mat Jackson and James Nash could also win the crown, although both will need luck to be on their side if they are going to overhaul the three drivers ahead.
With the season finale set to be one of the most hotly-contested in recent memory, a bumper crowd is expected to descend on Silverstone for the event – with championship deciders also taking place in the various support races in attendance.
We've now teamed up with Silverstone to offer two lucky readers the chance to win a pair of weekend tickets for the season finale, which means they'll be able to catch all the action from the first laps of free practice on Saturday 15 October through to the final chequered flag of 2011 on Sunday 16 October.
To be in with a chance of winning, just CLICK HERE
and answer our simple question.
Good luck!Tickets for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season finale can be purchased in advance from as little as £17. Children aged 15 and under go free.*
For further information, or to purchase tickets, visit www.silverstone.co.uk
or call 0844 3728 260.
* Child tickets are for children aged 15 years and under at the time of the Event. Children using a child ticket must be accompanied by a full paying adult. Each full paying adult may bring up to a maximum of four children.