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SAVE OVER 35% ON MALILLA 2018 TICKETS

Book by December 15 and save over 35 percent on tickets for the Scandinavian FIM Speedway Grand Prix in Malilla on August 11.

29 / 11 / 2017, 14:00

Book by December 15 and save over 35 percent on tickets for the Scandinavian FIM Speedway Grand Prix in Malilla on August 11.

The SGP elite are back at the G&B Arena next summer, where Swedish duo Antonio Lindback and Freddie Lindgren came so close to victory in an unforgettable Swedish SGP final this year.

Lindgren will be determined to grab his first Malilla win, while Dackarna trio Greg Hancock, Patryk Dudek and Maciej Janowski will all be keen to make the most of home advantage.

It’s a track the SGP stars truly love, and we’re certain you’ll love the action too! And where better to enjoy it than in the heart of the Malilla forests?

Join fans from all over the world and make a weekend of it in the popular camp site and a festival area.

Secure your spot in Malilla now and save. But hurry! The offer ends on December 15. Book online here now: http://bit.ly/2nfMe11.

 

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