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SAVE UP TO 25 PERCENT ON MANCHESTER SON TICKETS NOW

Tickets for Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Race Off 2 in Manchester on Saturday, May 11 are on sale now - save up to 25 percent!

22 / 11 / 2018, 11:00

Tickets for Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Race Off 2 in Manchester on Saturday, May 11 are on sale now, and fans who buy before January 31 can save up to 25 percent.

Prices start from £20 and under-16s go free as World Championship pairs action returns to the National Speedway Stadium – home of the Belle Vue Aces and one of the sport’s top race tracks.

Last year saw triple world champion Tai Woffinden, British champion Robert Lambert and Craig Cook take the Lions within four laps of their first world title since 1989 as Russia pipped them to gold at the Finals in Wroclaw.

GB will be determined to go one better this summer, but first they will have to see off six rival nations to earn one of three places at next year’s Finals in Togliatti, Russia on July 20 and 21.

If selected, the meeting could see history-maker Tai Woffinden make a rare appearance on British shale – the year after becoming the nation’s first three-time world champion.

The full line-up for Monster Energy SON Race Off 2 will be confirmed in due course.

Tickets for Monster Energy SON Race Off 2 in Manchester are available online here now: http://bit.ly/2r1tNfQ. Or call: 01608 649170.

*Discount based on the full price (i.e. from 10.05.19 onwards) of an adult grandstand ticket A, B, F or G. Child tickets (U16) must be accompanied by an adult, south standing only and not available 10.05.19 onwards. Offer ends 23:59 GMT 31.01.19. Terms and conditions apply, see www.speedwayofnations.com. The ticket price is subject to a transaction fee of £2.20 per order.

**Based on an adult standing ticket.

 

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