Tickets on sale for World Championship extravaganza
Tickets on sale for exhilarating World RX at Lydden Hill
- Superstar drivers and flame-spitting supercars top bumper bill
- 2015 tickets at 2014 prices until the end of March
- Prices from £20; accompanied children free of charge
Last year’s inaugural event proved to be phenomenally popular, with a record attendance pouring through the gates of the famous Kent venue. Notwithstanding that spectacular success and in a deliberate move to reward existing rallycross fans and attract new audiences, ticket prices for the 2015 edition have been frozen for those buying in advance before the end of March.
Early Bird tickets are now available priced at just £20 for Saturday and £25 for Sunday – representing a significant discount of more than 25 per cent. These prices will rise to £25 and £30 from the beginning of April, with any remaining general admittance tickets to be sold on the gate for £30 and £35 respectively.
Accompanied children aged 12 and under will be admitted free of charge, while VIP Hospitality and a limited number of Grandstand tickets are also available in advance. Hospitality tickets are priced at £80 for Early Bird bookers and £100 thereafter; Grandstand upgrades are offered at £10. Weekend camping tickets are available at £20 per pitch.
Following last year’s wheel-to-wheel action between the series’ high-profile gladiators in their flame-spitting, attention-grabbing 600bhp RX supercars – capable of out-accelerating a Formula One car from 0-60mph – this year’s high-octane thrills ‘n’ spills are expected to be every bit as fast-and-furious.
Amongst the international field will be defending FIA World Rallycross Champion and former FIA World Rally Champion Petter Solberg, Top Gear USA star and motor sport legend Tanner Foust, Norwegian young gun Andreas Bakkerud – who triumphed at Lydden last year – and two-time DTM Champion Mattias Ekström. The headlining supercar class will be complemented by a full support package of exhilarating entertainment for all ages.
“It is a great honour to have World Championship motor sport back at Lydden Hill again in May, and we are delighted to confirm that ticket prices have been held at 2014 levels for those booking before the end of March,” said circuit owner Pat Doran.
“Last year was a fantastic, action-packed event and we will build on that in 2015, with lots of exciting additional attractions to be announced over the coming weeks.”
Those wishing to take full advantage of the special Early Bird offer should visit the officialwww.lyddenhill.co.uk website for more information.