SEAT Launches Boys Vs. Girls Challenge… Who’s Better?

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SEAT have launched a brand new show to discover who try and put a definitive answer on who is the better driver… men or women?

The programme will be fronted by Fifth Gear (UK) presenters Vicki Butler-Henderson and Jonny Smith and will be shown online at Five.TV later this year.

The show format will feature a men's team and women's team, going head-to-head in different entertaining driving challenges, such as handbrake-turn parallel parking. The two teams will be made up from members of the public, with 'adrenaline junkie' Jack Osbourne and Big Brother presenter Emma Willis as celebrity captains. Both teams will drive the new 261bhp SEAT Leon CUPRA R sports hatchback.

If you fancy taking part just head to the website and click on the challenge button to take on a friend of the opposite sex for a chance to take part in driving-based auditions for the show at a UK racetrack. From these auditions, 4 men and 4 women will be chosen to join Jack and Emma's teams to battle it out in the online show.

All the info is at www.seatsexdrive.com, where you can connect to Facebook, create personalised show trailers, challenge friends, follow the celebrity-led teams and get another chance to watch the episodes.

Closing date is Midnight 25 August so get your entries in soon!

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