*The Brother Fastest Lap relates to the circuit used for the 2017 Tour Series Round at Wembley Park.

ROUND SEVEN – WEMBLEY PARK
Tuesday 29 May

SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES 12:30
YOUTH SUPPORT RACES 14:00
CHARITY CORPORATE GP 15:45
OVO ENERGY TOUR SERIES WOMEN’S RACE 17:30
OVO ENERGY TOUR SERIES MEN’S RACE 19:30
PODIUM CELEBRATIONS 20:45

Iconic and historic: there’s no doubting that Wembley Park fits the bill of a fan-favourite OVO Energy Tour Series venue. But after a challenging round in 2017, the Series’ second visit to London’s newest creative district promises to be even harder as riders will tackle a new and improved circuit.

Wembley Park in London, has a unique event heritage, from the 1924 Empire Exhibition, to the 1966 World Cup, Live Aid to the recent sell-out Coldplay concerts. Wembley Park is embracing this reputation and building on this and rapidly becoming a new creative hub.

Today the 85-acre site currently comprises The SSE Arena, Wembley; London Designer Outlet, which includes 70 high street outlet stores, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and a nine‐screen Cineworld cinema; a 361-room four star Hilton hotel, and 1,400 new homes. Brent Civic Centre was built in 2012 and Wembley Stadium, owned by the FA Group, is a close neighbour.

By 2020 this new creative district will have 5,600 new homes for rent which will be managed by Tipi, Quintain’s lifestyle-focused rental management company, designed with an easy life in mind. Apartments with no fees, ready to go utilities and broadband included. Plus stylish social spaces and tireless service team who are on hand to make renter’s everyday lives as hassle-free as possible. As well as new homes Wembley Park will also benefit from one million square feet of office and workspace.

Wembley Park is also welcoming London’s largest Boxpark to date (opening September 2018), 26 affordable artist studios, a school and major investment in new parks and public realm, which will bring the total area of open spaces to around 42 acres.

Wembley Park also has excellent transport connections to central London via the Jubilee and Metropolitan tube lines from Wembley Park and overground from Wembley Stadium station. It is just nine minutes from Marylebone and 12 minutes from Baker Street, and recently welcomed the Night Tube.

www.wembleypark.com/tourseries