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Still time to make mega savings on American SpeedFest VI at Brands Hatch

Monday, January 15, 2018

Brands Hatch goes stateside this June with American SpeedFest VI on 9/10 June – a supercharged, supersized and super fun celebration of fuel-powered Americana. Advance earlybird tickets are available until the end of the month, in an offer that includes free grandstand seats and grid walk passes. Prices are frozen to 31 January for admission tickets and camping too – click here to book now!

For one weekend only, the Kent circuit will channel the spirit of Daytona Beach, in the biggest celebration of wild western motor racing you’ll find anywhere on this side of the Atlantic, complete with headline NASCAR action.

The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series is the real deal, with colourful cars, muscular V8 engine notes, plenty of contact, and drivers with a never say die attitude. These brutes will entertain in four races at SpeedFest atop a racing bill full to the brim with US influence.

This year's event promises to be a full-on weekend, blending on-track NASCAR action with a wealth of off-track attractions. Kent's world-famous race circuit will turn red, white and blue for the entire weekend, with awesome displays of US cars, American-inspired food, music and entertainment.

Buy tickets before Wednesday 31 January 2018 and enjoy:

- A FREE grandstand seat in either Pit Straight, Hailwoods or Paddock Hill Grandstand, worth up to £12 (Paddock Hill only on Saturday for weekend purchasers)

- A FREE pass to join the VIP grid walk and opening ceremony prior to the main NASCAR race on the Sunday (Limited to the first 2,000 purchasers)*

Weekend tickets are £30 and main raceday (Sunday) adult tickets are just £24 online with free admission for under 13s.

*An allocation of grid walk passes will be reserved for Brands Hatch season pass holders.

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