Mopar To Support Abarth Day – June 30th Rockingham Speedway

MOPAR is returning to support this year’s Abarth Day (30 June), at Rockingham Speedway, Northamptonshire.

Mopar will be offering official Abarth Day merchandise, parts and accessories at the event along with the Mopar Express Care, MEC, vehicle to support customers should they have any technical questions. Mopar will also offer a limited number of customers an under bonnet fluids check and top-up, supported by Petronas the official supplier of lubricants to FCA group vehicles.

New for 2018, Abarth owners will take to the circuit in track sessions on Friday 29th June. An exclusive track event just for ‘Scorpionship’ members.

Sebastiano Fedrigo, Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care Director at FCA said “Mopar are able to offer Abarth customers official parts and accessories to upgrade their car either for performance of individualisation. Abarth customers want to make a statement with their car and Mopar have the parts and accessories to make this happen.”

Sebastiano continues “Abarth Day is a great example of how passionate our customers are about their cars, we are incredibly privileged to support them on the day. Our Mopar team will be on hand to provide technical advice or simple to talk cars, Abarth and Mopar.”

Mopar is the aftersales brand name for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) service, parts and customer care division for all FCA brands.

Ticket prices start from only £9. ‘Scorpionship’ cardholders will enjoy up to a 50% discount.

Ticket type Cost
Abarth Day Scorpionship ticket £9
Abarth Day Standard Entry £18
Scorpionship Track Event (Friday 29th June) £79
Abarth Day Under 17 (accompanied by adult) Free entry

Tickets for the Abarth Day 2018 and the exclusive ‘Scorpionship Track Event’ are on sale now and can be purchased on https://abarthday.com/en/event/10

To apply for a free ‘Scorpionship’ card and membership visit: www.abarthcars.co.uk/scorpionship

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