One of the most eagerly awaited events of the British motorsport calendar - the British FIM Speedway Grand Prix - will return to Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium on Saturday July 4 and we’ve got five pairs of tickets up for grabs!
This year’s epic show promises more high speed thrills than ever with last year’s British GP winner and current world champion, American, Greg Hancock, hoping to make his ‘4th of July’ one to remember by maintaining his title, and fending off competition from former world champions Tai Woffinden (Great Britain), Nicki Pedersen (Denmark) and Chris Holder (Australia).
More than 40,000 speedway fans flocked to the Welsh capital to watch last years’ nail-biting Grand Prix which saw Woffinden just miss out on top spot to Hancock.
The event – which sees riders reaching 70mph on 500cc bikes with no brakes - never fails to set pulses racing and induce some heart stopping moments for stadium spectators; both super fans and families alike.
The 4th of July fun will begin during the day in the Fanzone in the city centre and the British FIM Speedway Grand Prix will start at 5pm, finishing with its popular firework display.
We’ve teamed up with the 2015 British FIM Speedway Grand Prix organisers to give you the chance to enjoy this afternoon of nonstop sporting action and all you have to do to put yourself in the running is answer this simple question:
Q: On what date does this year’s British FIM Speedway Grand Prix take place?
Send your answer, along with your name, address and a daytime telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org
or 2015 British FIM Speedway Grand Prix competition
, Cardiff City Stadium
, Leckwith Road
, CF24 3EJ
. The deadline for entries is Thursday
, 18th June 2015
. Terms and conditions apply.
* The winners, having entered the competition by post or email, will be selected at random. A member of the British Speedway team will contact winners, once picked. Please note, chosen winners will receive two tickets to the British FIM Speedway Grand Prix at the Millennium Stadium. Competition closes at 5pm on Thursday, 18th June 2015 - any entries after this time will not be considered.