There's just a limited number of tickets left for the 'Day of Champions'
Day of Champions tickets selling fast
12 April 2011 12:06
Tickets to Riders for Health’s “Day of Champions” are selling fast, with only a limited number of morning paddock passes left.
The charity event, held on the Thursday before the British MotoGP on 9th June at Silverstone, raises funds to help health workers reach rural communities across Africa.
Featuring live music, paddock tours, stunt shows, and appearances from the stars of MotoGP at the afternoon’s auction, organisers say the event really is “a highlight of the season”.
Last year’s auction raised £35,000 for Rider’s for Health’s lifesaving work in Africa and included sets of race leathers from Colin Edwards, Alvaro Bautista, Marco Melandri and Scott Redding, as well as the t-shirt off Aleix Espargaró’s back.
Tickets including the chance to visit the paddock and pit lane in the morning are £40, while the first 500 Entertainment Zone tickets are just £12.
For more information or to book tickets, visit: www.riders.org