Week two of our competition is over and the winner has been drawn. Week three offers the same end result, a seat on one of the Octane Supercar Events drive days in either Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.
We thought it was only fair that four of our readers had the chance to live the life of the super rich for the day, pretending they own some of the hottest metal going around.
So, with that in mind, and thanks to the generous support of the Supercar Club's Octane Supercar Events, we have decided to give away one Drive Day per week to four very lucky readers by means of a brief, but challenging competition.
The day, hosted by CarAdvice and Octane Supercar Events, is valued at $1320 and includes a chance for you to drive up to five supercars, a supercar events t-shirt, coffee and muffins on arrival, gourmet lunch, refreshments and water throughout the day, a driver certificate and a photographs with the cars.
Typically the cars on hand for you to drive will include the Lotus Exige S, Lamborghini Gallardo, Porsche 977 GT3, Aston Martin Vantage, Audi R8 or even the Ferrari 360CS.
To enter, you must complete the following two tasks via the form attached below:
- Visit http://www.supercarevents.com and tell us how much hot-laps in the Ferrari 360CS will cost the average punter.
- Then, in 25 words or less, tell us why you believe you're worthy of steering over $2-million worth of supercars in one day. The most creative entry will win the draw.
You must be aged 21 years or older and hold a current and valid full Australian driver's license (ie: no probationary or learner drivers permitted) to qualify for entry. Although you don't need to be from Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane to enter, you will need to cover your own airfares to your closest participating city to be involved in the drive day if you are not from either of these cities. Entries close Saturday, 6th June at 5:30PM AEST.
Winners will be notified by email prior to their drive day. The date of your prize will vary according to your location (as events are held in different capital cities on a rotational basis).