We know there are a number of motorsport enthusiasts among our fans, and with the Dickies brand recently agreeing to a 2014 sponsorship of Tyco Suzuki, one of the UK’s top BSB teams, there’s never been a better time to head on over to the racetrack!
What’s more, fans will also be able to enter the 2014 UK Worker of the Year, as Dickies will be promoting the competition at a number of BSB events.
Knockhill 27th-29th June
DickiesStore are giving away one pair of tickets to Knockhill, in Fife, Scotland, which plays host to the 4th round of the BSB competition. The event will take place from 27th – 29th June, and the tickets grant two people a weekend pass with full hospitality on race day.
The Knockhill circuit was opened in 1974 and is 1.3 miles long. It was created by joining service roads to a nearby disused railway. According to the official website, this year’s BSB event “brings some of the best bike racers in the world back to Knockhill for three days of 180mph wheel-to-wheel action”.
This year also marks Knockhill’s 40th anniversary. As such, there will be plenty of great entertainment for bike racing fans, in between the official BSB races. Visitors will also get the chance to meet the racing stars, get autographs, purchase team merchandise and view special exhibits from each of the four decades at Knockhill.
Cadwell Park 23rd-25th August
Cadwell Park will host the 8th round of the BSB competition, taking place from the 23rd – 25th August. This will be your last chance to enter the 2014 UK Worker of the Year competition, as entries close in the beginning of September.
Cadwell Park, located in Lincolnshire, is known for the challenging nature of its circuit – particularly the “Mountain” section, where participants frequently perform airborne stunts.
There will be thousands of spectators heading to Cadwell Park on the bank holiday weekend – with both local and international stars and some spectacular racing, this is an event not to be missed.
Brands Hatch 17th-19th October
The winner of the UK Worker of the Year competition will be announced at the final round of the British Superbike meeting at Brands Hatch on the 18th October. The lucky winner will then be given the opportunity to predict the outcome of a race on the final day – if they guess correctly, they walk away with an extra £100,000.
Last year’s final was an exciting affair as Alex Lowes lifted the crown after a tense face-off with Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne – who will race into first position in 2014?