Win tickets to the British GT at Donnington
Friday 08 October 2010
The Avon Tyres British GT Championship heads to its season finale at the re-built Donington Park circuit in Leicestershire on Saturday 16 October.
And you can be there as the super cars from Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin, Ascari and the new Ford GT go head-to-head on the famous sweeping curves in an all-out battle for the most prestigious domestic motor sport championship of them all.
With qualifying at 12:20, and the two-hour race beginning at 15:30, and racing into the dusk, its a fantastic chance for motorsports fans to get close-up to see over 20 race tuned supercars go wheel-to-wheel.
The Independent has teamed up with Donington Park and the event organisers to offer readers 10 pairs of tickets to see spectacular day of motor sport action. The tickets are valid on Saturday 16 October.
The competition has now closed.
If you are not one of the lucky winners tickets can also be booked by calling the ticket hotline on 01332 810048.
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