Renault Offering Free Tickets to Silverstone World Series

A limited number of free tickets are now available thrill-seekers willing to go to the World Series by Renault weekend of motorsport action, which takes place at Silverstone on August 20th and 21st.

“World Series by Renault at Silverstone is quite simply the best free motorsport-themed day out a family can have and although we received an enormous demand for tickets again this year with requests for 100,000 so far, we kept some back to make sure people were not disappointed closer to the time of the event,”
said Renault UK Managing Director, Thierry Sybord.

You’ll get the chance to see a modern day Formula One car in action without paying a single penny, so if you’re a fan of the event and Renault’s involvement, this is a must-see. In addition, you can check out three live demonstrations on the full Grand Prix circuit on each day for the first time in the six-year history of World Series by Renault.

Another first is also the chance to get behind the wheel yourself with Renault’s incredible Hot Laps experience in a Megane Renaultsport 250 Cup. For just £35 extra you can talk to your friends about the six laps of Silverstone’s Stowe Circuit during World Series by Renault behind the wheel and feel the full power and performance of the 149mph, 2.0-litre Megane.

“Renault has a lot to celebrate this year, so there’s even more to see off track at World Series by Renault 2011. It’s the 50th anniversary of the versatile Renault 4, whilst at the other end of the scale collectors are hoping to gather 20 rare Alpine-Renault A610 sportscars to celebrate 20 years since it went on sale,” the French carmaker says.
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