MotoGP fans have until 17:00hrs on January 31 to make the most of 'Early Bird' prices on tickets for this year's British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

The Northamptonshire circuit's 'Early Bird' offer presents savings of up to 20% on ticket prices for the June 15-17 event.

The popular three-day and roving grandstand tickets are available once again this year, while Silverstone is pleased to introduce a 'kids go free' policy for 2012, enabling children aged 15 and under to attend free of charge (restrictions apply).

"We had fantastic crowds on all three days of last year's event, with more fans making the most of the three-day ticket packages and official camping facilities," said Richard Phillips, managing director of Silverstone Circuits Limited.

"Feedback was extremely positive and we're planning an even bigger festival of two-wheels for June.

"We are particularly pleased to introduce a 'kids go free' policy for this year's event, making the British Grand Prix more affordable for families and the next generation of bike fans."

Tickets can be booked via 'Early Bird' prices start from just ?12 for Friday practice with three-day tickets available from ?60.