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Tickets.com UK will once again support the ticketing for one of speedway’s biggest competitions, when the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations returns to the National Speedway Stadium in May.
Managed by BSI Speedway, the annual event sees 15 national team battle it out across two Race Offs in the build up to the Grand Final, where the winners will be crowned Speedway of Nations Champions.
2019 marks a return to the National Speedway Stadium in Manchester for the competition, where seven nations will take part in Race Off 2 on May 11. All tickets will be processed via ProVenue®, Tickets.com’s most advanced ticketing platform, and Tickets.com will also manage all fulfilment for the event. Fans will also be able to choose Tickets@Home as a delivery method across all sales channels, with tickets available online, face-to-face or via phone.
A Tickets.com customer since opening in 2016, the National Speedway Stadium is home to Speedway Great Britain Premiership club the Belle Vue Aces, who also use ProVenue® to manage all ticketing.
Earlier this year, the Aces introduced next-generation web application MyProVenue™ to enhance the club’s online ticket sales. Fully responsive across all devices, MyProVenue™ will also be used to support the Speedway of Nations event, with customers able to buy tickets as well as purchase add-ons and manage account preferences through the application.
CEO of Belle Vue Speedway, Adrian Smith, said: “As a club, we’re delighted to welcome back such a distinguished event as the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations to Manchester for a second consecutive year; the 2018 edition was a big event for us and Tickets.com managed it seamlessly.
“We have commented many times in the past on the world-class potential of the National Speedway Stadium, and it made clear its appeal to the organisers and the riders during last year’s competition.”
For more information about the event, visit http://www.speedwayofnations.com/son/event/2019-RO2.