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Fans facing ticket frenzy for North West 200 launch

By Paul Lindsay

Published 28/01/2016

Fan power: Alistair Seeley will meet his adoring public in Belfast in MarchThe
Fan power: Alistair Seeley will meet his adoring public in Belfast in MarchThe

The 'Meet the Stars' of the Vauxhall International North West 200 is the biggest launch of the year and with it being a free night of entertainment, you will need to get in early to reserve your tickets for the March 23 event in the Titanic Building.

An evening of fun and chat will include a special quiz featuring two teams of riders and hosted by Clare McCollum and Stephen Watson.

Race fans also have the opportunity to meet their favourite riders with Alastair Seeley, who will be going for a record breaking 16th victory on the 8.9 mile Triangle in May, already confirmed.

2015 Macau Grand Prix champion Peter Hickman and last year's North West 200 Superstock race winner Lee Johnston will also be in attendance, as will young guns Dean Harrison and Glenn Irwin at the March 23 event.

A line-up of some of the top machinery competing in this year's races will also be on display.

Entry to the event is by ticket only and the North West 200 organisers will soon be giving away 1,000 free tickets for this spectacular evening.

To find out how to get your tickets, please visit the official race website at

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