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MotoGP Ticket Discount Offer – Silverstone 2011

Promotion Expiry 31st May 2011

Get 20% Off Tickets to British Round of the Moto GP

The bike insurance arm of has teamed up with Silverstone to offer 20% off ticket prices to this year’s British round of the Moto GP Championship which is taking place on the 10-12th June.

Last years event was a triumphant occasion as the series switched to Silverstone from Donington Park, but 2011 promises to be even better with a closely contested championship fight, eight British riders and Silverstone’s magnificent new pit and paddock complex.

 Get 20% off ticket prices with

In order to obtain the discounted price, all you have to do is visit the motorcycle insurance page. Then simply click on the Moto GP logo which is located on the top right hand side of the page and follow the instructions. The process will only take a couple of minutes and will involve you entering your details and bike insurance registration. You should then take note of the cheapest bike insurance quote offered to you by the range of insurers featured on the comparison service. The next step will be to go through the normal process of phoning the Silverstone box office on 0844 372 8260, but this time quote the letters “MSM-MGP”. You will then be asked for the bike registration plate number and the name of the insurer who offered you the cheapest quote. Correctly answering these questions will automatically entitle you to 20% off ticket prices to the event.

Thrills and Spills

2011 is set to be a thrilling year of Moto GP action. Honda’s new recruit, the 2007 Champion Casey Stoner, appears to have the raw pace advantage at the moment. However, a controversial collision with the legendary Valentino Rossi in Jerez has limited him to third place in the championship behind his team-mate Dani Pedrosa and Yamaha’s reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo. On top of this, Britain’s own Cal Crutchlow will be contesting this year’s championship for the Monster Yamaha Tech3 team. Crutchlow is a former British Superbike race winner and has made a solid impression at the start of his Moto GP tenure, currently lying 9th in the championship. He will be hoping to move things up a gear at his home event. Other British stars out to impress are the Moto2 category hopefuls Bradley Smith, Scott Redding and Kev Coghlan.

On the right track

British racing fans will have another reason to feel proud this year, as improvements made to the facilities at the Northamptonshire venue have been met with universal acclaim. Even the F1 fraternity appear to be impressed, with Red Bull’s Christian Horner commenting: “It puts Silverstone right up with the best in the world. It’s quite staggering, the scale of what’s been built here.” The new £27 million pit and paddock complex is now situated on the opposite side of the track to the old facilities, which means that the start-finish straight is now located along Hangar straight. After years of criticism, Silverstone can finally hold its head up high and compare itself with the best the Middle East and Asia has to offer. It’s an event not to be missed.

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