After several weeks of uncertainty, the future for Silverstone’s Day of Champions has been settled.
Questions started when the UK arm of Riders for Health ceased operations, but thankfully a new organization, Two Wheels for Life, has taken over the running of the Riders for Health, and will continue to support their programs aimed at providing primary health care in Africa.
The handover means good news for MotoGP fans as well. The Day of Champions is to go ahead as usual, on the Thursday before the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
The action-packed day will continue as in previous years, with paddock and pit lane tickets on sale, as well as the traditional auction of rider gear and other signed items going on all day.
Tickets for the Day of Champions went on sale on Tuesday, and cost £15. To buy your ticket, go to the Silverstone website, and either buy on line or call the phone number shown there.
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