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Abarth Launch Motor Sport Talent Show

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So you want to go racing? There’s only one way in… go and get a car and start racing right? Well… you could be lucky enough to be picked up by something like the Nissan GT Academy who have produced impressive drivers from budding gamers.

Abarth are the latest manufacturer to dedicate time and money in to finding up and coming racing drivers via their Make It Your Racing Talent Show.

The contest is focusing on non-professional racers who are looking to become a pro race car driver with the only thing holding them back is that the need to be over 18 and hold a valid driving license.

If you fit that criteria you can register your interest for the competition at and if you are lucky enough to be picked as a participant you will join 27 other contestants on a 10-day crash (maybe not the best choice of words here!) course with international coaches from the motor sport world.

If you make it though the 10 days the finale is a final race at the world famous Monza circuit in Italy alongside professional racing drivers.

Candidates looking to enter the Talent Show have until July 15th to enter the competition so should register their vote now before they miss out on the chance of a lifetime.

As a bonus to the racing itself Abarth will be recording and televising the experience across Europe so could present the perfect springboard in to motor sport.

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