MSA ticket discount for new trade show at Silverstone

24
Jul
2018

MSA members can claim an exclusive discount on tickets to the inaugural MotorsportDays.LIVE, an industry event at Silverstone (2-3 November) designed to make it easier to get on track, enhance grids and sign up drivers for next season.

MsD.LIVE offers industry professionals, drivers, track day users, newcomers and performance car buyers the opportunity to experience products live on the track. MSA race licence holders will also be able to test cars from over 30 different championships, track day organisers, manufacturers and independent race teams running in the UK and Europe.

There will be a range of industry exhibitors – everything from competition parts and supplies, to technical products and services – to help visitors get ready for the following season.

Panels of industry experts will discuss relevant topics, with the opportunity for audience members to engage in an open Q&A session and take away invaluable advice.

Tickets cost £25 but the MSA has teamed up with MsD. LIVE to offer its members a £10 discount – enter the 'coupon code’ MSA102018 when purchasing from www.MotorsportDays.LIVE.

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