Win a pair of tickets for Silverstone Classic
The 2010 Silverstone Classic on 23 to 25 July will be the best yet, with more racing, more classic cars, more live music.
Proudly carrying the tag of "the world's biggest classic racing festival", the Silverstone Classic is much more than a glorious celebration of motor racing heritage. It is a complete event dedicated to providing a fabulous day or weekend out for all the family.
On-track is a stellar line-up of races and this will be proper classic racing, as 1000 hard-charging racers do battle in 800 cars spanning seven decades of motor racing heritage. In total, 23 races will cover Grand Prix cars, sports, GT, saloon and single-seater racing cars from 1930 to the 1990s. Including celebrity races.
Live music will again be a big feature of the Silverstone Classic, with major concerts on the evenings of both Friday and Saturday. Entry to both concerts is included within the circuit admission charge.
On Friday night, Silverstone will rock to the sounds of two classic British bands from the 1960s and 1970s, when The Yardbirds and Dr Feelgood take to the stage. On Saturday evening, the story comes bang up to date with a show including stars from the X Factor, with Jedward, Danyl Johnson and Ruth Lorenzo, and The Rick Parfitt Jnr. Rock Band.
Before the live concert starts on Saturday evening, there will be an important auction of classic cars and memorabilia, organised by Bonhams. Bonhams Motoring Department is the largest auction house to hold scheduled auction sales of classic and vintage cars and memorabilia, so a spectacular line-up of road and race cars is assured.
For a chance of winning a pair of tickets just answer this simple question:
Which two bands are playing on Friday night?
Winners will be the senders of the first two correct entries opened at random after 6pm on Wednesday 14 July, 2010. One entry per household.
Available in advance via the ticket hotline on 0871 231 0849 or from the official event website www.SilverstoneClassic.com.
Adult entrance: £30 Friday; £40 Saturday; £35 Sunday or three-day ticket £80.
Children aged between six and 16: £5 per day. Those aged five and under: free.