Win tickets to the British Speedway Grand Prix at the Millennium Stadium

The FIM British Speedway Grand Prix at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff has become one of the biggest and most exciting events in the British motor sport calendar. On Saturday, July 10 it is back again for the 10th anniversary Cardiff celebration, and it promises be more exciting and spectacular than ever before.

The sixteen best riders in the world, including Britain’s Chris Harris and young gun Tai Woffinden will line-up in front of over 40,000 passionate fans as they go full throttle to contest the world championship. It will be an evening of top class sporting action and high drama, a night not to miss, with 500cc bikes, no brakes and acceleration quicker than an F1 car... and you can be there to relish the action.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Grand Prix in Cardiff, The Independent has teamed up with the Grand Prix organisers to offer readers a fabulous Grand Prix prize. We have two pairs of tickets to the exclusive Dragon Lounge hospitality suite. We also have a further 10 pairs of entry tickets to be won.

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If you are not one of the lucky winners, then tickets can be purchased online via www.speedwaygp.com or 0871 230 7155

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