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Win a FIRESTONE VIP trip to the INDY 500

Indy 500 Competition

Exceptional customers deserve exceptional rewards. That’s why we want you to witness the greatest spectacle in racing with a little VIP treatment. This isn’t just the Indy 500, it’s an all-expenses paid 5-night trip with a bonus stop in New York. It’s the ultimate prize and it’s your chance to win a trip of a lifetime.

Plus, we’ll fly you in a something a little fancier than economy class and kit you out with the latest and greatest Firestone merchandise. The best part is, we are paying for everything. However, if you want to plan extra activities outside of the itinerary it’ll have to come out of your pocket money.

How to Win

All you have to do is buy 2 Firestone tyres, between 2 Jan - 31 March 2018,  register them on the Tyre Damage Guarantee platform and you could be heading to the Indy 500 as a Firestone VIP. It really is as simple as that, so you better head down to Supa Quick and get your Firestones today!

So, you already know this is the trip of a lifetime, but what exactly will you be getting up to?

Indy 500 Trip details

Wednesday, 23 May
Depart South Africa

Thursday, 24 May
Arrive in New York (Night in New York)

Friday, 25 May - New York
Late afternoon departure to Indianapolis

Saturday, 26 May - Indianapolis
Legends Day at Indianapolis 500 (VIP Experience)

Sunday, 27 May - Indianapolis
Indy 500 race day (VIP Experience)

Monday, 28 May - Depart USA
Flight back to South Africa

Tuesday, 29 May - South Africa
Arrival in South Africa

The Indianapolis 500 is one of the largest motor sport races in the world, often referred to as “the greatest spectacle in racing”. It is considered part of the Triple Crown of Motorsport, which comprises three of the most prestigious motorsports events in the world, including the Monaco Grand Prix and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It occurs over the famous Memorial Day Weekend and attracts crowds of over 300 000.

The original Indianapolis speedway was called “The Brickyard” as it was paved entirely with bricks. In fact, a yard of brickwork was incorporated into the new asphalt raceway as an ode to its historical origins.

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