Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix returns to Cardiff on July 18, and fans can secure their 2019 seats for 2020 for a limited time only

Courtesy of FIM Speedway Grand Prix

CARDIFF 2020 SET FOR JULY 18

The countdown is on to Cardiff 2020 as the Principality Stadium stages its 20th Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix on July 18, 2020 – and fans who attended tonight can secure the same seats for 2020 from 10am on Sunday.

After an epic night of action this evening, we’re already gearing up for next year’s SGP spectacular, marking 20 years of racing under the Principality Stadium roof since the venue first hosted the series’ flagship event in 2001.

We’ll be paying homage to the stars of the British SGP over the past two decades and getting ready for another big night of wheel-to-wheel action.

Tickets go on sale on Sunday from 10am exclusively to fans who attended tonight’s meeting. And if you liked your view of the action this year, we’re offering fans the chance to book the same seats again for Cardiff 2020.

Everyone who purchased online will be sent an email offering them the opportunity to rebook their seats – available until 5pm on Monday.

If you purchased your ticket at the Cardiff ticket office or you don’t receive your email, simply email speedway@img.com and we will assist you. All remaining seats will then go on general sale from 7pm on Monday.

BSI Speedway managing director Steve Gould said: “We hope everyone enjoyed the action in Cardiff tonight and we’re already working hard to make next year’s event even bigger and better.

“We’re delighted to offer fans the chance to retain their Cardiff seats once again as a thank you our loyal fans, who attend the Adrian Flux British SGP year after year.

“Next year truly will be a celebration of Britain’s biggest indoor motorsport event, and we look forward to putting on another great show.”

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