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Superprix of Wales Update!!!!

Our apologies for not updating sooner but due to unforeseen and lengthy complications we have had to delay the first Superprix of Wales until June 5th, 6th, 7th 2020

Although we are disappointed with the delay it does however provide us with the opportunity to deliver an even Bigger & Better event going forward. This will include a major competitive competition to be run on realistic simulators where entrants will be given the chance through a series of heats, semi-finals and a final to win the opportunity to become a racing driver for a season.

More details to follow shortly!

In the meantime any spectators that have already purchased tickets will be able to transfer them to the new date in 2020 or get a refund.

As promoters we will  now be able to provide spectators with an even Bigger selection of competitive vehicles that will be demonstrated, along with a broader verity in the Motor show.

We will provide more details shortly.

Superprix Team

 

Tim Matthews and his team at Superprix Promotions Limited will be promoting this event and planning all the hard work that makes something of this nature happen.

Over the last forty years Tim has been involved in top class international motor sport and has represented the UK abroad on numerous occasions as both a competitor and a promoter.

Amongst numerous other events Tim Matthews has been responsible for the running of the UK Supercross Championships from ’87 to ’92 and the first ever syndicate motor sport F1 team in ’99 and 2000 Tyrrell Grand Prix.

In 2003 he devised a reality television series “Be A Grand Prix Driver” for Channel 5 which was broadcast in ’04, followed by “So You Want To Be An F1 Driver” for Sky Sports and ITV’s Men and Motors.

Now he and his team are bringing The Superprix of Wales to Parc Y Scarlets between 7th and 9th June 2019.

NEW ASSOCIATE SPONSOR ANOUNCED!

The Trade Centre Wales is Wales’​ largest and fastest growing used car sales company. Founded in 2000, The Trade Centre Wales provides customers with ‘probably’​ the UK’s cheapest cars. Headquartered in Neath, the company has grown and now has dealerships in Cardiff and Merthyr Tydfil, making it Wales’. The popularity of The Trade Centre Wales brought about sister brand, The Trade Centre UK. In 2017, The Trade Centre UK opened the modern superstore, a 12-acre site in Wednesbury. Following the huge success of its first branch, The Trade Centre UK opened its Coventry branch in 2018.

 

From one car world to another, this sponsorship is an exciting opportunity to participate in the first ever Superprix of Wales. The Trade Centre Wales started off as a small business passionate about cars and the community, therefore, their involvement in this event is a continuation of this long running theme is no surprise.

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