Win Safety Car laps and VIP treatment at Donington Park WSB!

By Marc Potter
marcpotter Tested every new bike since 1994, loves anything on two wheels, Bike Social boss, Potski to his mates. Recently discovered elbow-down riding - likely to end in tears.

Cheer on Leon Haslam and the rest of the World Superbike boys at Donington Park World Superbikes!
Just imagine the scene… You’re sat being pampered by waitresses as Leon Haslam, Chaz Davies, Leon Camier, Jonathan Rea and the Brit World Superbike boys go to battle at Donington Park World Superbikes, then someone knocks on the door: “Follow me please, your car is ready to take you on two laps of the circuit in front of 40,000 fans’.

Sound impossible? Well, it’s not,  because Bike Social has teamed-up with Donington Park to give one lucky winner a pair of VIP hospitality passes and two laps in an Alfa Romeo pace car on race day, and that winner could be you!

Donington Park World Superbikes takes place on May 24-26 and you could be in the thick of the action with two Gold Hospitality tickets worth £250 each in our simple to enter competition.

Win and you’ll  get a pair of paddock passes for race day on Sunday May 26, VIP parking, breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, balcony viewing, a free programme, and a money can’t buy chance to have two laps in the Alfa Romeo Safety car on race day!

To be in with a chance of winning, you need to have a Bike Social profile registered by Wednesday May 1, so if you haven’t registered a profile on Bike Social yet, what are you waiting for!

It takes just a couple of minutes to register a profile on Bike Social, and registering could win you a once-in-a-lifetime experience as a VIP at Donington Park!

If you want to simply buy tickets for Donington Park World Superbikes on May 24-26, click here.

Full terms and conditions here.

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