Win tickets to the British GT Championship
British GT Championship Competition
Friday 05 June 2009
The super sports cars of the Avon Tyres British GT Championship visit Scotland's leading circuit next weekend, 13/14 June, the challenging 1.3 mile track at Knockhill.
The sight and sound of full race tuned GT cars including Ferrari, Ford GT, Dodge Viper, Mosler and Ascari in high speed, no quarter asked action is one of the most thrilling in motorsport. This is the UK's premier domestic GT Championship.
The Independent has teamed up with Knockhill and the event organisers to offer readers the chance to win 10 family tickets to see the Supercar showdown. The tickets are valid for two days of top class motorsport action with the mighty GT's racing on both Saturday and Sunday.
To win a Family Ticket, which allows entry for two adults and two children under 16 to this great event, answer the following question.
Q. What colour is normally associated with Ferrari race cars?
This competition has now closed.
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For more information about the British GT visit the official website by clicking here.
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