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Highlands Opening Festival Easter 2013

Highlands Opening Festival Easter 2013

Tickets now available!
Limited number of tickets available, don't miss it!

The long anticipated opening of the Highlands Motorsport Park is happening this Easter and will be an event not to be missed!

The brand new 4.8km international-standard circuit will change the landscape of Motorsport in New Zealand and on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st of March it will open its gates for the first time!

Soak up the breathtaking Central Otago scenery and experience a venue with some of the most amazing facilities New Zealand has ever seen!

Some highlights:

• Official opening of the Highlands Motorsport Park and National Motorsport Museum
• Demonstration runs of NZ and international significant race cars from 1906 - 2013!
• Lap Record will be set by Craig Baird
• Each adult ticket will receive a complimentary commemorative programme
• Your chance to meet motorsport legends Greg Murphy, Jim Richards and Craig Baird to name a few

Be part of New Zealand Motorsport history and be at the opening of Highlands Motorsport Park – book now!

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