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SAVE OVER 30% ON CARDIFF 2019 TICKETS - OFFER ENDS MIDNIGHT

Get in quicker than a last-lap overtake!

09 / 09 / 2018, 09:00

The FIM Speedway Grand Prix season will be wrapping up in less than five weeks from now, but there’s no need to fear!

There’s plenty of speed still to come when the Adrian Flux British SGP returns to Cardiff on September 21, 2019.

You can save over 30%* on tickets when you purchase before midnight tonight! Get in quick to secure your seat today!

Plus, in case you missed it, we have NEW flexi-payment plans you can take advantage of this year with 50% payment now, the rest later – meaning you can get your seat today from as little as £10!*

So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets here now: http://bit.ly/2Kla55F.

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