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BNT V8 SuperTourers Takes Pole Position on TicketPros

BNT V8 SuperTourers Takes Pole Position on TicketPros

The BNT V8 SuperTourers are revving up for the countdown to Season 2 with pole position on a major new NZ ticketing web site – www.ticketpros.co.nz – in advance of the Autocar-supported first round of the 2013 series at Hampton Downs over the weekend of February 16 and 17.

TicketPros is New Zealand's newest, secure, electronic ticketing provider and now the official ticketing partner of V8 SuperTourers.

The new simple site allows single or multiple purchases and visitors can choose what event tickets they want for each day as well as being able to access Grandstand seats where they are available and corporate hospitality packages. A short series of clicks is all that is required and the site is designed to be straightforward, fast and very user friendly and with all of the regular payment options.

All types of ticket can be purchased from single day Saturday practice tickets (that also include all of the support class practice and race action) right through to full weekend grandstand options. Sunday only ticket options and parking for both days are also available.

Scott McLaughlin won the inaugural 2012 V8 SuperTourer series with victory at Ruapuna last November and he will be on the grid carrying Number One to defend his title. A field of 20 plus BNT V8 SuperTourers are expected to take on the young gun and challenge for his title in what is quickly becoming regarded as one of the most competitive racing categories in world motorsport.

TicketPros have released early bird Hampton Downs BNT V8 SuperTourers tickets for Round One and these are now available at www.ticketpros.co.nz which offer worthwhile reductions on gate prices.

Pic: Greg Murphy leads at Hampton Downs in February 2012 – the countdown is now on to Round 1 of Season Two and early bird tickets have been released.

www.v8supertourers.co.nz

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