Campers will be based on the infield at Donington for the first time                                                                                                                                                       

Spectators attending and camping at the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship rounds at Donington Park on 27-29 May will be able to take advantage of an exclusive camping area on the new elevated circuit infield, which will also include additional entertainment and interaction.

Camping is normally based outside the circuit perimeter, but the change will further enhance the fans experience at the event. In addition, Donington Park will provide entertainment in the form of live music on the Friday and Saturday evenings, while an on-site bar for campers only will be open throughout and will also offer a terraced seating area, offering views of the track for a small additional charge.

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World Superbike riders will make appearances in the camping zones on the evenings, with an exclusive rider question and answer session on the Saturday night.

Entertainment will also be provided for children with a football pitch, bouncy castles, mascot appearances and more. Access to the camping area will be exclusively for booked campers only.

Donington Park Managing Director, Christopher Tate, said: “These improvements for spectators camping at Donington for World Superbikes are another demonstration of our commitment to improving the fan experience at Donington Park following our decision to open up the race paddock to fans free of charge for the first time. It promises to be a great event for the fans.”

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To book tickets for the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship at Donington Park on 27-29 May, visit www.donington-park.co.uk.

 

 

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Tony Carter

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