Wednesday, 2 December 2015


Silverstone Classic
Media release for immediate distribution: 2/12/15



• Silverstone Classic tickets make the perfect Christmas present  
• Special gift certificate available for download  
• The promise of summer will warm-up the dark wintry days

Santa is revving up his sleigh and the festive season is fast approaching and while socks are great gifts for all ages, tickets to the 2016 Silverstone Classic are an unmissable, more inspired alternative for those looking to be a little more creative. Early Bird tickets are currently on sale which not only save money but also provide the promise of a wonderful experience for lucky recipients to look forward to next summer.

Tickets for the world’s biggest classic motor racing festival are on sale and a bespoke Gift Certificate can be printed out ready for personalisation for that perfect Christmas Day gift. Simply visit: to download a gift certificate.

Attracting 100,000 visitors, last summer’s record-breaking 25th anniversary Silverstone Classic boasted something special for everyone. The on-track action featured more glorious motor sport history than can be experienced anywhere else on earth, while the infield was crammed with attractions and activities to amuse and entertain all ages.

Tickets to Silverstone Classic provide access to both race assembly areas and paddock complexes as well as trackside grandstands, huge static car displays, vintage funfair rides plus live music concerts from headline acts.

“Half the fun of Christmas is finding the perfect gift,” said Nick Wigley, CEO of Goose Live Events, the company responsible for Silverstone Classic. “Give someone Silverstone Classic tickets and they’ll spend the next seven months dreaming of the sights and sounds of all those glorious cars and the thrills of a wonderful family day out at our ultimate annual celebration of classic cars.

To whet the appetites of those lucky enough to have received tickets for the 2016 Silverstone Classic – and encourage even more people to join the festivities – there will be highlights of this year’s event screened on ITV4 television at 10.30am on Tuesday 29 December.

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