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Win Ferrari Racing Days tickets with Autosport International 2018

Motorsport fans have an extra incentive to buy Autosport International 2018 tickets this month: they'll be automatically entered into a Ferrari Racing Days prize draw

Win Ferrari Racing Days tickets with Autosport International 2018

Taking place at Silverstone from 23-24 September 2017, Ferrari Racing Days is a packed schedule of on-track activities featuring the F1 Clienti and XX Programmes with appearances from the FXX Evoluzione, 599XX, FXX K and the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli.

It's the only event in the UK where fans will be able to see all of Ferrari's different track activities at the same venue on the same weekend, as part of Ferrari's 70th Anniversary celebrations.

Racing enthusiasts who buy their tickets to Autosport International 2018 before the end of August, in addition to those who have already purchased tickets since they went on sale last month, will be in with a chance of winning one of 25 pairs of tickets to attend this incredible event.

Held at Birmingham's NEC between January 11-14 2018, Autosport International is Europe's biggest motorsport show and is part of the Motorsport Network.

Ferrari will be the main feature for the 2018 extravaganza, with an exciting new centrepiece created showcasing the heritage from its legendary sports cars through to Formula 1, courtesy of Corse Clienti - Ferrari's exclusive client racing programme.

Advance ticket price information for Autosport International 2018 is as follows:

Standard:

Adult - £35pp
Child (6-15yrs) - £17

Ticket includes entry into Autosport International, the Live Action Arena and Performance Car Show (children under five years of age go for free). Ticket price includes £2 booking fee per ticket.

Paddock Pass:

Adult - £46pp
Child (6-15yrs) - £27.50pp

Ticket includes entry into Autosport International, the Live Action Arena and Performance Car Show (children under five years of age go for free). Access to backstage Paddock area in the Live Action Arena, Paddock Guide and access to driver autograph sessions. Price includes £2 booking fee per ticket.

Family Pass:

£87 (2x Adult and 2x Child of 6-15yrs).

Ticket includes entry into Autosport International, the Live Action Arena and Performance Car Show (children under five years of age go for free). Valid for standard tickets only on Sunday 14th January and 10am Live Action Arena. The price includes booking fee charges.

VIP Club:

£127 (no VIP Child ticket available).

Ticket includes entry into Autosport International, the Live Action Arena and Performance Car Show. In addition VIP Club includes free parking, seat at VIP enclosure in the Live Action Arena, complimentary drinks and canapes, VIP gift bag and much more. Price includes £2 booking fee.

To buy tickets, head to the Autosport International website.

Terms and Conditions: Winners are selected at random. Travel is not covered and winners are liable for their own safety at the event. Competition winners will not be able to transfer their Ferrari Racing Days ticket. The draw for the winner will be made two days after the competition closes on the 30th August 2017. If the winner does not respond within seven days, the tickets will be distributed to a different winner, selected at random.

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