We are giving away two tickets to Sunday’s Silverstone Classic Event, on the 22nd July 2018. All you have to do to enter is visit our Twitter page and like and retweet our competition post.

You have until midnight on the 30th June to enter. The winner will be chosen at random and announced via Twitter on the 1st July.

Good Luck!


Oxford Air Conditioning Ltd is the promoter (“Promoter”) of this free competition. Subject to these Terms and Conditions, all persons who re-tweet the specified tweet on The Oxford Air Conditioning Twitter page (the “Tweet”) before the stipulated closing deadline will be entered into a free competition as set out on Twitter (the “Competition”) to win the prize detailed in the Tweet (the “Prize”).

1.    This Competition is open to anyone aged at least 18 years who is UK resident, excluding employees of the Promoter or any of its affiliated companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected with this Competition. The Promoter reserves the right to verify the eligibility of entrants.

2.    Entries must be made by re-tweeting the Tweet and following Oxford Air Conditioning on Twitter. Entries received after the stipulated closing time will be invalid and will not be included in the Competition.

3.    Any instructions provided in the Tweet form part of the Terms and Conditions of the Competition, but in the event of a conflict, these Terms and Conditions take precedence. Entries not complying with these Terms and Conditions will be invalid.

4.    The Prize shall be the tickets only.

5.    No payment is required to enter the Competition.

6.    The winner will be selected from all eligible entries received before the Competition closing time, at the discretion of the Promoter. The winner will be notified following the Competition closing time, firstly by tweet and then by direct mail to the winner Twitter account. In the event that the winner fails to respond to the Promoter to confirm its acceptance of the Prize within a reasonable period of time, the Promoter reserves the right (in its sole discretion) to forfeit the Prize or select an alternative winner from the Competition.

7.    The Promoter reserves the right to provide substitute prize of similar value in the event that the specified Prize is unavailable for reasons beyond its control. Cash or credit alternatives will not be offered in any circumstances and the Prize is not transferable for any alternative benefit.

8.    The Prize requires attendance at Silverstone Classic, the winner and any permitted companions will be solely responsible for travel to and from Silverstone, and all other expenses. Oxford Air Conditioning assumes no responsibility and is not liable for any costs, charges or expenses which winner may be required to pay at any time in connection with a Prize.

9.    The winner may be required to participate in publicity connected with the Competition and in entering the Competition, entrants agree to their name and country of residence being made publicly available if they win.

10.    The Promoter accepts no responsibility for incorrectly completed, lost or delayed entries, notices, acceptances, tickets or other documents related to the Prize.

11.    The decision of the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

12.    The Promoter reserves the right to suspend, cancel or amend the Competition and/or review and revise these Terms and Conditions at any time without giving prior notice. By continuing to take part in the Competition subsequent to any revision of these Terms and Conditions, entrants shall be deemed to have agreed to any such new or amended terms.

13.    As a winner, you will release the Promoter and its affiliates, partners and employees from any and all liability, claims, demands, and causes of action for personal injury and or damage, theft, or loss suffered in connection with the Competition or the use or acceptance of the Prize or any portion thereof save where due to the negligence of the Promoter or its affiliates, partners and employees.

15.    If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is held to be invalid by a court of law or similar, such invalidity shall not affect the enforceability of any other provisions not held to be invalid.

16.    This Competition is governed by the law of England and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

17.    The winner must comply with ticket and/or venue terms and conditions as applicable.

18.    Entries made by anyone found to be using multiple Twitter accounts for the purposes of entering the Competition shall be ineligible.

This Competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Twitter. Entries which do not comply with the terms of use of Twitter shall not be considered. For further information, see www.twitter.com/tos.  You are providing your information to the Promoter and not to Twitter. The information you provide will only be used for the purposes of contacting you in the event that you are drawn as a winner of the Competition.

As a participant and/or winner, you will fully release Twitter from any and all liability, claims, demands, and causes of action for personal injury and or damage, theft, or loss suffered in connection with this Competition or the use or acceptance of the Prize or any portion thereof whatsoever.


Silverstone Classic, Europe’s biggest classic motor racing event is back for 2018. Taking place from 20th – 22nd July, this years event is set to be packed full of fun for the whole family. Silverstone Classic provides an array of entertainment including;

  • Spectacular historic motor racing on the world famous circuit with qualifying for all grids on Friday and racing on Saturday and Sunday
  • Free access to the paddocks and grandstands
  • Displays from over 100 car clubs featuring more than 10,000 classic cars
  • Interactive driving activities and dynamic demonstrations
  • Live music from headline acts on Friday and Saturday evenings
  • Air displays
  • Vintage fun fair
  • Shopping Village


George and Mark Haynes will be taking part in the record-breaking Historic Formula Junior races at this summer’s Silverstone Classic.  Each of the four races will be dedicated to legendary F1 World Champions – Jim Clark OBE, John Surtees CBE, Denny Hulme OBE and Jochen Rindt – all of whom raced these mini grand prix cars back in the late fifties and early sixties.

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Formula Junior, a massive World Tour kicked off in South Africa in January 2016. Since then, anniversary races have been staged in New Zealand, Australia, North America and throughout Europe with visits to many famous circuits such as Pau, Monza, Spa, Indianapolis, Mosport, Mid-Ohio, Watkins Glen and Zandvoort.

Now, after more than 100 races across four continents, the incredible World Tour will reach its thrilling conclusion at the Silverstone Classic with an unprecedented turn-out. More than a record 120+ entries are expected, so grids have been split into front- and rear-engined categories, with individual races for both groupings on Saturday and Sunday.

Cars you can expect to see racing out on track include: Alexis Mk 2, Brabham, Cooper, Elva, Emeryson FJ, Envoy,  De Tomaso, Gemini MK 2, Lotus 20 & 22, and Wainer 63.

  • Qualifying – Friday (pre-lunch)
  • 1st Race for both front and rear-engined cars – Saturday (pre-lunch)
  • 2nd Race for both front and rear-engined cars – Sunday (pre-lunch)

The grid races out of the National Paddock.

We are excited to be part of George and Mark’s racing journey at this years Silverstone Classic and wish them both the best of luck in these historic formula junior races.


Based in Oxfordshire, George has been competing for 20 years in modern and historic car championships. His passion and enthusiasm for the sport came from a young age where being around cars was a way of life for the Haynes family with weekends being spent at circuits. In recent years his talent and experience has taken him all over Europe racing historic cars in the U2TC Championship and GT cars in the 24hour Series. This resulted in George accomplishing one of his lifetime goals of racing at Le Mans at the 2014 Classic, achieving a second place podium.

Oxford Air Conditioning have had the pleasure of sponsoring some of George’s races over the past few years.