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Silverstone to give fans money back if Jenson wins 2007 British GP

 

Silverstone is delighted to announce that tickets for the 2007 FORMULA 1(tm) British Grand Prix - taking place on 6-8 July, its traditional date in the F1 calendar - are now on sale.

To celebrate, Silverstone has announced a unique offer that is sure to get more fans than ever cheering on British hero Jenson Button at his home race in 2007. Amazingly, Silverstone has promised to give anyone purchasing an adult grandstand ticket, before the end of September 2006, an incredible £50 back if Jenson takes the chequered flag at the 2007 British Grand Prix - fifty excellent reasons for fans to make sure they book their tickets before 31 September.

Following Jenson's first ever F1 Grand Prix win in Hungary, the interest in tickets for next year's British Grand Prix has been huge, with the Northamptonshire based circuit inundated with enquiries about details of tickets for next year's event. Fans will be pleased to hear that tickets are now available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by logging on to www.silverstone.co.uk. Alternatively, the British Grand Prix booking hotline can be called on 08704 588 300.

In addition to the unbelievable Jenson offer, there are also huge savings to be made for anyone taking advantage of Silverstone's Early Booking Offer. General admission 'Fan' tickets - offering access to all three days of the British Grand Prix from as little as £99 (£50 for children) - have been 'frozen' for the third year running, offering fantastic value at effectively £33 per day.

However, those planning on heading to Silverstone for next year's British Grand Prix weekend are advised to move fast as the special Early Booking Offer, presenting savings on almost all adult tickets, is only available for a limited amount of time.

Both the Early Booking Offer and price freeze on general admission 'Fan' tickets are part of Silverstone's on-going commitment to add value to the British Grand Prix experience. In addition to freezing the cost of general entry, circuit bosses have introduced a number of exciting new initiatives for 2007, including entry on the Friday and Saturday of the British Grand Prix weekend from as little as £10 for children aged 12 and under 3
(if accompanied by a ticket purchasing adult).

Price Categories
Silverstone bosses have also increased the number of price categories for next year's British Grand Prix, providing spectators with more choice and the opportunity to 'cherry-pick' their ticket price and seating position. Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Fan categories ensure a range of prices and increased options for F1 fans, with all seats priced flexibly according to their location around the world famous Formula One venue.

'Platinum' and 'Gold' tickets offer grandstand seating in prime viewing locations around the circuit, including seats at Copse - described by many of the drivers as one of the fastest, 'hold-your-breath' corners in the world. Tickets in the premium Platinum grandstands are available at £239 4 per adult if purchased during the Early Booking Offer and £125 per child, while Gold seats in 2007 are priced at an attractive £209 per adult and £115 per child.

'Silver' tickets, in grandstands on the super-fast Hangar Straight, corners at Stowe, Club and Abbey, or popular enclosures at Bridge and Farm, are priced at £179, £105 per child, while the Bronze terraced standing areas at Luffield and Copse are available at £139 per adult, £80 for children.

As in 2006, all tickets will be transferable three-day passes, a policy which has proved popular in previous years. The three day ticket offers fantastic value, while the ability to transfer tickets enables those who are unable to attend all three days to pass tickets on to friends and family. Not only does this make it possible for more people to enjoy the great British Grand Prix experience, but ticket holders can also potentially share costs.


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