Win a year driving BMWs: CAR's amazing competitionFri, 13 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
****THIS BMW COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED****
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Have you entered CAR's competition to win a year driving brand new BMWs? Time is running out - we close the competition at 11.59pm BST this Thursday 12 April 2012. It's a doddle to enter and only takes a couple of minutes to fill in the form below.
What’s your definition of joy? Getting six different BMWs to drive, absolutely free. No road tax or insurance to worry about, just a new BMW delivered to your doorstep every two months. It's a special prize from CAR in association with BMW.
Click here for your chance to win a year driving BMWs.
You’ll get to test BMW’s latest models, including the exciting, all-new 3-series, which is quicker, more fuel-efficient and more spacious than its predecessor. It goes on UK sale in February 2012. And that’s just one car – you’ll get five more to sample, possibly including one that hasn’t even been unveiled yet...Win a year driving BMWs? Sounds good!
Your year of joy will begin in summer 2012, with a new BMW delivered to your door every two months, rolling through to summer 2013. The exact roll call of BMWs is subject to BMW's discretion and availability of demonstrator cars.
Click here for your chance to win a year driving BMWs.Runners-up prizes: golf at the Belfry and tickets to the British grand prix
The runners-up prize will delight golfers: a two-night stay at The Belfry. This fantastic prize also includes two green fees on the Brabazon Course, the spiritual home of the Ryder Cup, where you’ll face the tees, bunkers and greens tackled by the greats of golf including Faldo, Ballesteros and Woods. You’ll also enjoy complimentary meals in The French Grill and The Atrium restaurants, as well as lunch and breakfast.
Third prize is a weekend pass for the 2012 Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix, taking place at Silverstone from 6-8 July 2012.
The competition closes at midnight Thursday 12 April 2012. For more terms and conditions, click here.
By Ben Pulman