Extra standard tickets for both nights of the London round of the 2013-14 Revolution Series on March 14-15 have been released to the public.
The event is the first chance to watch top-level track racing at the Olympic venue since London 2012 – the velodrome is now part of the Lee Valley VeloPark.
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Olympic champions Laura Trott, Ed Clancy and Jason Kenny will all return to the venue that witnessed them claim a gold medal in 2012.
The original allocation of tickets sold out quickly, so news of extra ticket availability will be welcomed by fans who previously missed out.
James Pope, managing director of the event’s organiser Face Partnership, said: “Certain sections of the grandstand were reserved for hospitality guests – these seats have now been made available to the public. A limited number of seats are now available for all three sessions: Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening.”
“We want every seat to be full. It’s going to be an amazing atmosphere for the first major event at Lee Valley VeloPark in its legacy form.”
For more information and online ticket sales, visit the Revolution Series website.
Last week, Face Partnership announced that the London Revolution Series round will be streamed live on YouTube in addition to highlights broadcast on BT Sport.
Two tickets for the final round of the 2013-14 Revolution Series in Lee Valley VeloPark on March 15 up for
Final round of the 2013-14 Revolution Series at the London velodrome will be broadcast live via YouTube