For the first time, two motorsport venues that have their events on the same weekend are working together with a joint ticket offer which means fans can enjoy both events for the price of one adult admission ticket.
The Bo’Ness Revival, located just 10 miles west of the Queensferry Crossing, is Scotland’s oldest motorsport venue and will roar into life, as legendary racing machines from across the ages, fiercely compete across two full days of 31st August and 1st September, to be the fastest up the challenging Bo’ness Revival Hillclimb track. At the same time, Knockhill will be hosting the fifth round of the Scottish Motor Racing Club’s championships on Sunday 1st September at the Fife venue, just 15 miles north of the Queensferry Crossing.
Stuart Gray, Knockhill Director of Events said, “When the calendars were finalised, it was realised that the two sporting events are happening on the same weekend, however, with the very close proximity of our venues, motorsport fans can enjoy both over the weekend, or even both on the one day! Fans could enjoy Bo’Ness on the Saturday and then Knockhill on the Sunday, or if Sunday is their only day for enjoying motorsport, then enjoy a packed morning of action at the historic hillclimb venue, then about 40 minutes later, be enjoying an afternoon of action at Knockhill. We think it’s a first that two venues are working together in this way.”
The special two venue tickets will be available shortly via www.knockhill.com up to Sunday 25th August and will be mailed out from Knockhill and will cost £15 for adults. The cost of admission to Bo’Ness is £10 plus an optional £5 for parking, Knockhill is £15 (with free parking), so fans are genuinely getting two events for the price of one.