British Superbikes at Silverstone

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Win Weekend Tickets to the MCE British Superbikes at Silverstone with STIHL

We have teamed up with STIHL, one of the world's leading garden and outdoor power tool brands, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of Weekend passes to the eleventh race of the season at Silverstone. STIHL are an Official Sponsor of the 2013 British Superbikes Championships for the 6th consecutive year.

Riders are competing in 12 hotly contested races around the country this year, and spectators at Silverstone can expect a full day's racing action, and the two Superbikes events will form the highlights of the day.

STIHL, the outdoor power tool company, is now an established brand among builders, foresters, landscapers and groundsmen for its robust and high quality outdoor power tools.

STIHL is also fast becoming a household name with gardeners and home owners with a growing range of petrol and electric products suitable for their use. High performance products and great results - the synergy between STIHL and Superbikes is clear.

For information, visit www.stihl.co.uk. To buy tickets for Silverstone please call 0843 453 9000 or visit tickets.motorsportvision.co.uk/calendar

Find the answer on the 'Facts for Petrol Heads' part of STIHL's website here: www.stihl.co.uk/petrol-heads

CLOSING DATE: Monday 30th September 2013 23:23

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