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How you can win a car worth £8000 thanks to the Ulster Grand Prix

 

Up for grabs: fonaCAB Ulster Grand Prix clerk of the course, Noel Johnston, with Peter Hickman and Dean Harrison with the Hyundai i10 car supplied by Daly’s Hyundai, Belfast that is to be raffled with the winner announced on race day, August 10
Up for grabs: fonaCAB Ulster Grand Prix clerk of the course, Noel Johnston, with Peter Hickman and Dean Harrison with the Hyundai i10 car supplied by Daly’s Hyundai, Belfast that is to be raffled with the winner announced on race day, August 10

By Stephen Davison

The 2019 fonaCAB Ulster Grand Prix is set to raffle a brand new Hyundai i10 car worth over £8,000 at this year's event. Tickets will cost just £10 and go on sale today on the official Ulster Grand Prix website.

The i10 is being supplied by Daly's Hyundai, Belfast, the official vehicle partner of the UGP.

Race fans can purchase tickets via the website here and also directly from Daly's, Belfast showroom and from the Ulster Grand Prix Supporters' Club stand during bike week.

The draw will take place at 10am on August 10, the main race day of this year's Dundrod event.

"The costs of staging a meeting like the Ulster Grand Prix are always increasing and as the race organisers we are constantly seeking ways to raise funds," UGP clerk of the course, Noel Johnston, said.

"We are very grateful to Daly's Hyundai for all the support they are providing in offering race fans the chance of winning a new car for just £10. Daly's will also supply the official course cars."

Sales manager Kevin Daly said: "Daly's Hyundai are delighted to be involved with the Ulster Grand Prix once again."

The Daly family previously lived on the Dundrod circuit and, as race fans, are totally committed to supporting the event.

"2018 was our first year as official vehicle sponsor and it was a huge success for us," said Daly.

"We had a lot of exposure for our cars and a great response so we are back for a second year with eight course vehicles."

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