Win weekend tickets to Cadwell Park

Cadwell Park will come alive to the sound of the 2012 MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship this August Bank Holiday weekend (25/26/27) as the title race reaches boiling point during the annual visit to Lincolnshire, as the riders continue to battle for the title.
 
 
Cadwell Park is traditionally one of the biggest events on the MCE BSB calendar and fans from across the country will flock to the circuit to witness the spectacular sight of airborne Superbikes leaping over the famous Mountain section of the track.
 
The event always produces a festival atmosphere, with big screens, a huge campsite and sensational views and the local Samsung Honda team will be aiming to make their home round a happy hunting ground with Michael Laverty and Jon Kirkham.
 
Swan Yamaha's Tommy Hill will be doing everything to be back on the podium as he defends his number one plate whilst his team-mate World Superbike legend Noriyuki Haga races at the challenging circuit for the first time.
 
Meanwhile double champion Shane 'Shakey' Byrne will be aiming to add to his winning tally for Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki and Australian Josh Brookes will be sure to entertain fans trackside with his sensational riding style over the Mountain section.
 
In the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship protected by Datatag standings leader Jack Kennedy and Glen Richards are ready to renew their rivalry but they face tough competition from local rider Ben Wilson who is determined to close their advantage.
 
Don't miss out, advance adult tickets for raceday cost from £25 online in advance with children aged 12 and under free. For more information and to book visit www.cadwellpark.co.uk or call 0843 453 9000.
 
We have teamed up with Motorpoint, title sponsors of the British Supersport Championship to give away three pairs of weekend tickets.


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