Join Rizla Suzuki for a day and raise money for RfH!

Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Riders for Health will, as ever, have a strong presence at the Nickel & Dime British Grand Prix weekend this year, and will offer perhaps the best prize yet courtesy of a collaboration with Rizla Suzuki.

Riders for Health will, as ever, have a strong presence at the Nickel & Dime British Grand Prix weekend this year, and will offer perhaps the best prize yet courtesy of a collaboration with Rizla Suzuki.

The MotoGP team have given Riders permission to auction a Rizla Suzuki Crew Member for the day experience, enabling the highest bidder the chance to become fully involved in one of 2007s most successful teams on the pre-GP Friday.

As part of Rizla Suzukis attempt to take a memorable victory at the Donington Park, the most hands-on part of the experience will be the in-garage duties surrounding the opening two practice sessions, where the winner will be given the responsibility of helping with a number of general duties.

After the serious work, a spot of lunch with riders John Hopkins and Chris Vermeulen and the rest of the crew will lead on to a trip around the famous British circuit, taking in the media centre, a photo with both MotoGP podium finishers courtesy of professional snappers Gold and Goose, and the opportunity to watch both free practice sessions from the garage and pit-wall.

As in any good competition, nobody will leave Donington Park empty handed. The team clothing used during the day will be given to the winners to keep as a souvenir of their day in the world of MotoGP.

Other experiences on offer include two paddock passes as a VIP team guest on Sunday, two hospitality passes for the 2007 BSB event of the winners choice, and the opportunity to Pillion ride on the back of BSB Champion John Reynolds onboard a Suzuki GSX-R1000 at Castle Combe on August 14th, plus full track day as a guest of Rizla Suzuki MotoGP (with the winners own bike) , plus one-to-one tuition with JR and the Rizla Suzuki BSB riders!

So confident are Rizla Suzuki of raising a life-changing amount of money for Riders for Health, the team have set a £2000 minimum on the prize. If nobody bids at least this figure, then the experience will be cancelled and the team will make a donation of the same amount out of their own pockets.

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