Top 10 sporting events in London for July 2016

ascotA full Summer programme of sport. We have included the British motor grand Prix event even though it is quite a distance from London. Other sports featured includes Cycling, Horse Racing, Athletics, and Cage fighting. Plenty to see and attend so have a great month

No. 1. 1st to 10th July 2016 “Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships 2016”. This will be the second week of Wimbledon culminating in the grand finals of the competition.     Grab one of a limited number of tickets available daily by joining the queue at the Gate 3 turnstiles. You are only entitled to purchase one ticket per person queuing and payment is cash only.Several thousand ground admission tickets are also available each day. These give you the chance to watch games from unreserved seating and standing areas on Courts 3 to 19. Once ground capacity has been reached, people standing in the queue are admitted on a one-out, one-in basis. If you are having trouble getting tickets for this event then contact Harmony cars on 07976 374498 and they may be able to help and they can also supply a chauffeur car service to and from the courts.

No. 2.  2nd to 3rd July 2016 ” FIA Formula E Visa London ePrix” in Battersea Park. Don’t miss the finale of the FIA Formula E championship as the London ePrix returns to Battersea Park this July with two electric motor races.The 3km-long circuit has been designed using the existing perimeter roads in the park and will see the 18 Formula E drivers tackle a mixture of fast straights, high-speed bends, challenging chicanes and braking zones.    Starting in September 2014, the racing series has seen the electrically powered racing cars compete in 11 host cities, including Beijing, Putrajaya, Punta del Este, Buenos Aires, Long Beach, Miami, Monte-Carlo, Berlin, Moscow and Paris. London hosted the season finale in 2015, and will again stage the final two races in 2016. So you’ll be sure to see the drivers from the nine teams go all out in the battle for honours. Ticket Price: £28

No. 3. 7th July 2016 “Property Investor Race Evening “ at Epsom Downs Racecourse. Evening Horse Racing at Epsom Downs. Starts at 16.00 p.m. Tickets start from £10. Need a car to get there then phone Harmony cars on 07976 374498 and they will be able to help and supply a chauffeur car service to and from the track.

No.4. 8th to 10th July 2016 “British F1™ Grand Prix 2016 Formula 1 Santander” at Silverstone. Dates: 8th July Friday (Practice), 9th July Saturday (Qualifying), 10th July Sunday (Race). If you require a car to get there then phone Harmony cars on 07976 374498 and they will be able to help and supply a chauffeur car service to and from the race track.

No.5. 14th July 2016 “ July Evening Racenight” at Epsom Downs Racecourse. Top class horse racing starts at 16.00 p.m. Tickets from £10. If you require a car to get you there then phone Harmony cars on 07976 374498 and they will be able to help and supply a chauffeur car service to and from the track.

No.6.   16th to 17th July 2016 “Bellator 158: London” at The O2. See the grudge match between James Thompson as he take on Kimbo Slice and the rematch between Paul Daley and Josh Koscheck in the cage. Tickets from £40 to £700.

No. 7.   22nd to 23 July 2016 “London Anniversary Games” at the Queen Elizabeth Park. The Olympic Stadium plays host to the prestigious IAAF Diamond League meet and the IPC Grand Prix Final, incorporated into Saturday’s programme. World record holder Usain Bolt will grace the track at the London Anniversary Games, along with many of the world’s best athletes and Paralympic stars such as David Weir, Jonnie Peacock and Hannah Cockroft, before they head to Rio for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. As the ultimate finale to the summer season you can expect a host of electrifying performances from Bolt and many more global stars, as this will be the last opportunity for athletes to put the finishing touches on their preparations for the Olympic stage. Tickets: £9.60 to £175.

No.8.  28th July 2016 “Evening Horse racing” at Epsom Downs on Thursday 28th July. Have a fun evening with top class racing at the famous Epsom Race course. Tickets from £10. If you want a car to get you there then phone Harmony cars on 07976 374498 and they will be able to help and supply a chauffeur car service to and from the track.

No.9.   30th July 2016 “Brompton World Championship Final” at The Mall. One of the most unique cycling races in the world as part of the Prudential Ride London festival. The 11th Brompton World Championship Final sees 500 Brompton riders take on a course that encompasses The Mall, Buckingham Palace and St James Park. This is the second time the race has been held in the capital, where the Brompton bike was invented and is still made today.

No.10. 31st July 2016 “Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100”. This is the largest sportive in the UK. This year, more than 25,000 amateur cyclists will take on the 100-mile challenge which departs from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in the early hours of the morning with thousands riding to raise money for charity. The event is free to watch and the route passes some of London’s most famous landmarks and heads out to the Surrey Hills, before returning to the capital with a magnificent finish on The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace.                 On Saturday, jump on your bike for FreeCycle and enjoy a leisurely ride around London on closed roads, stopping off at the Festival Zones. Later in the day, watch the world’s best females compete in the World Tour Series on a central route and experience the eye-catching spectacle that is the World Brompton Championships – both of which are part of the Grand Prix. On Sunday, there will be a whole host of activities taking place along the route of the RideLondon-Surrey 100 and the RideLondon-Surrey Classic, which is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

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