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Silverstone adds to off-track entertainment

Four-times Stunt-Riding World Champion Chris Pfeiffer confirmed for Silverstone MotoGP.
Silverstone has announced that Red Bull Athlete and Streetbike Freestyle Rider Chris Pfeiffer will be entertaining the crowds at this year's British MotoGP from June 15.17.

Considered one of the best stunt riders in the world, the legendary four-times World Champion will be performing stunts and pushing the physical limits of motorcycling on the Grand Prix circuit, following the MotoGP race on the Sunday.

Pfeiffer's stunt display adds to the following line-up of entertainment:

* Grand Prix Party on the Saturday evening, featuring on-stage appearances and interviews with current MotoGP riders.
* Live music from bands including James Toseland's Crash (no relation!), Marner Brown, Missing Andy, The Rain Band (featuring a Marco Simoncelli fundraising song), Felix Fables and The Strikes.
* Further stunt displays by Craig Jones, Broke FMX and the Animal Bike Tour
*Aerobatic displays by the Red Bull Matadors and The Royal Artillery Parachute Display Team - The Black Knights.
*Bike taster sessions for adults and children with Mick Extance Trials Bike Experience, Honda – My First Licence, and Silverstone's Rookie Ride.

In addition, with Silverstone's new 'kids go free' policy, the Northamptonshire track has ensured there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained with extra activities including kiddi moto, bungee trampolines and helicopter pleasure flights.

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AvTech37 - Unregistered

May 30, 2012 1:58 PM

Whilst I appreciate what Silverstone are doing I would prefer an extra race or two as a supporting act or a parade of historic racing bikes which is perfectly do'able. I also love watching aerobatic planes ............ but at an airshow when I'm not sitting in a covered grandstand! Don't consider this as just moaning - I like Silverstone, it's my local circuit and I have supported it continuously since '77. More racing less peripheral hoohah please!

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