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HEVAR winners race off to Dutch adventure

A trip to the Netherlands to watch the Dutch Moto Grand Prix has been earned by the winners of Spirotech's quiz, hosted at Manchester HEVAR 2009.
Nigel Murphy of South Yorkshire Mental Health NHS Trust and Chris Knowles of Mitie in Stockport will fly with Spirotech UK to watch the motorbike race in Assen on June 27.

During the race, motorbikes reach speeds of up to 185mph but when they've had enough of the fast pace, the lucky pair can change gear and go on a tour of the company's factory in Helmond.

Competition for the sports prize attracted a mixed crowd with widely varying levels of motorbike racing knowledge. One unlucky loser was the anonymous entrant who said Valentino Rossi had the number 46 on his bikes because he is only 4'6'' tall.
16 February 2009

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