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Get #InTheDrivingSeat with Dunlop and Win a Knockhill Driving Experience

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The Honda Civic Type-R at Knockhill

Are you a budding Matt Neal or Gordon Shedden? Always wanted to thrash a Honda Civic Type-R around Knockhill? Well, this might be your lucky day.

Dunlop, official sponsor and tyre supplier to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, is offering 15 race fans the chance to drive the Honda Civic Type-R Experience at Knockhill on Monday 14th August.

As well as the driving experience, winners will also receive tickets to round seven of the BTCC championship at the track on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th August, and even have accommodation paid for on the Sunday night to make it the ultimate driving weekend.

If you’re interested in entering the #InTheDrivingSeat competition, head over to Facebook.com/Dunlop.UK and click on the #InTheDrivingSeat tab. To enter, you’ll need to answer eight rounds of questions posed by current BTCC drivers.

Two winners will be chosen from each of the first seven rounds, with one final winner chosen in round eight, which takes place on Friday 4th August.

Entrants must be over 17 years of age and have a full UK manual driving licence, and full terms and conditions can be found on the #InTheDrivingSeat App.

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