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2019 Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix

Round 9 - Principality Stadium

cardiff
Date: Sat 21st September 2019
Capacity: 62,500
Track Length: 272 metres
Track Record Time: 53.69s
Track Record: Jason Doyle 09.07.16
REFEREE: Jesper Steentoft

2018 Winner

Bartosz Zmarzlik

2019 Nations

Bartosz Zmarzlik

Tickets

Category 24.04.2019-19.09.2019 20.09.2019 & RACE DAY
CAT 1 £120 £125
CAT 2 £100 £105
CAT 3 £90 £95
CAT 4 £80 £85
CAT 5 £65 £70
CAT 6 £55 £60
CAT 6 FAMILY £130 £145
CAT 7 £45 £50
CAT 7 FAMILY £110 £125
U16/OAP £20 £25
CAT 8 £20 £25
Buy Tickets

Family ticket includes 2 adults and 2 children U16.OAP tickets are for anyone aged 65 and over. All children over the age of 12 months will require an event ticket to gain entry into the Stadium. No pushchairs or prams are allowed into the Stadium.
Full disabled access facilities at the Principality stadium are available. For further information on these, please click here
For disabled tickets please call the Principality Stadium on 02920 822427. The stadium has several designated disabled seating areas. BSI Speedway Ltd's policy is that when a disabled customer buys a full price ticket a personal assistant goes for free.
*Full event ticket terms and conditions also apply, click here to view.

Line up and timings subject to change. Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company's access charge. The ticket price is subject to a transaction fee of £1.95 per order. © BSI Speedway Ltd**TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY, SEE SPEEDWAYGP2019.SEETICKETS.COM.

Hospitality

VIP Suite

Full Throttle VIP

SOLD OUT

  • Access to an exclusive pit viewing area before and during racing
  • Shared hospitality box (with individual seat outside box)
  • 3 course buffet
  • Complimentary bar of beer, wine & soft drinks throughout
  • Early entry to stadium
  • Official event programme
  • Hostess service throughout the evening

Full Throttle

Full Throttle VIP

£299 (INC VAT)

  • Exclusive start/finish line seats
  • 3 course sit-down meal
  • Complimentary bar of beer, wine & soft drinks from doors opening until the 1st Heat
  • Access to Pit Area from 10:00-15:15
  • Early entry to stadium
  • Official event programme
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Victory Lap

Full Throttle VIP

£225 (INC VAT)

  • Seat in hospitality box overlooking the high speed back straight
  • Private hostess service throughout
  • Unlimited drinks package of beer, wine and soft drinks
  • Premium snack
  • Early entry to the stadium
  • Official event programme
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No Brakes

Full Throttle VIP

£215 (INC VAT)

  • Exclusive start/finish line seats
  • 3 course sit-down meal
  • A complimentary drink
  • Early entry to stadium
  • Official event programme
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More Information

Friday 20 September
16:30 - Free Practice
18:00 - Qualifying

Saturday 21 September
15:30 - Gates open
16:55 - Opening Ceremony
17:04 - 1st Heat of the 2019 Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix

*Timings are subject to change

Address & Contact Details

Principality Stadium
Westgate Street,
Cardiff,
CF10 1NS

Tel: +44 (0)870 013 8600
Fax: +44 (0)2920 822 474
Email: info@principalitystadium.wales  
http://www.principalitystadium.wales
/home.php


Venue Facilities

Retractable roof, press boxes, fully equipped press room, restaurants, fast food outlets and bars, shops, tours, conference space.

Did you know?

  • The first FIM British Speedway Grand Prix held at the Principality Stadium took place on 09 June 2001.
  • Only one British rider out of the 16 who have ridden at the Principality Stadium has won the Grand Prix in Cardiff - Chris Harris in 2007.
  • He became only the second British rider to win the FIM British Grand Prix after Martin Dugard, as Wild Card, won the 2000 event at Coventry, ironically watched by a 17-year-old, Chris Harris.

Previous Results

Results of previous five GP's:

(1st, 2nd, 3rd)

  • 2018: Bartosz Zmarzlik, Tai Woffinden, Maciej Janowksi
  • 2017: Maciej Janowski, Jason Doyle, Matej Zagar
  • 2016: Antonio Lindback, Tai Woffinden, Bartosz Zmarzlik
  • 2015: Niels-Kristian Iversen, Chris Holder, Peter Kildemand
  • 2014: Greg Hancock, Tai Woffinden, Darcy Ward

Hotel Accommodation:

We have been working with the Cardiff Hoteliers' Association and Cardiff Convention Bureau to secure accommodation for the 2019 event at competitive rates for our true speedway fans. As a result, 1,000-bed spaces have been secured with discounted rates available on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights and although there is no minimum stay requirement, why not make the most of your journey by coming early? Once you have completed your ticket purchase, you will receive a confirmation email from SEE Tickets with details of how to book this accommodation.


What to do in Cardiff:

Click here for some great ideas on what you can do on your visit to Cardiff!


Travel from airport:

Nearest airport is Cardiff International.

By car:

Enter Cardiff from M4/A478/A48 signposted from M4.

By train:

Cardiff Central station is a two-minute walk from the stadium.

Traffic Information

To keep up to date with traffic situations in Wales, visit:


www.traffic-wales.com