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Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher is back for a second season

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher is back for a second season

Following a successful 2017 season, Shredded Wheat and Motorbase Performance have partnered up once again for the 60th Anniversary year of the British Touring Car Championship.

This year, Shredded Wheat is back bigger than ever and is bringing an exciting, all-new, double decker fan zone to the BTCC!

Shredded Wheat is dedicated to helping people live every moment to the full and the brand new trailer is packed full of activities to ensure BTCC fans get to experience exactly that.

The Shredded Wheat team will be providing free, tasty breakfasts throughout the day for members of the public with 100% British wholegrain Shredded Wheat. The brand new bright yellow trailer will provide fans with a hub to meet the Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher drivers, test out the day’s circuit on the two player simulator game, compete against other fans on the time attack game and view the BTCC races from the covered second story view platform.

Head over to the Motorbase Performance Facebook page for full listings and timings for each BTCC event this season.

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Team Shredded Wheat Racing Drivers

Team Shredded Wheat with Gallagher Drivers Tom Chilton and James Cole

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