COMPETITION: Win a Mitsubishi Evo VII!

Rally Great Britain plays host to more than the final round of this year's world championship. When the regular daredevils have finished with the Cardiff Super Special stage, it will be handed over to the entrants of an incredible competition, the WRC Rally Trial, to win a brand new Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII

COMPETITION: Win a Mitsubishi Evo VII!

Just 24 finalists will be selected to spend Sunday 17 November battling to win the car by co-driving the actual Super Special Stage used on this year's Network Q Rally GB.

To put yourself in with a shout, you must be a UK resident. To enter go to the WRC Rally Trial (see link below) and download the clip of a Mitsubishi Lancer WRC on this year's Acropolis Rally. Closely watch the video then simply identify the route taken when compared with a selection of maps provided.

If you are chosen to join the finalists in Cardiff you will take part in a rally driving school as well as getting to co-drive a stage of Rally GB for real.

You will also be put through your paces with a mechanical challenge, and have your PlayStation 2 skills put to the test by battling against the clock in a stage of the magnificent WRC II Extreme game. It'll be tough, but fun. At the end of this amazing day, one person will be given the keys to a lifetime's worth of motoring thrills!

And even if you don't get through to the WRC World Rally Trial, you still have the chance to win one of over 1000 prizes, including:

1000 exclusive WRC baseball caps
50 pairs of tickets to the Saturday night Super Special Stage in Cardiff on Rally GB
30 copies of the WRC II Extreme game.

Need any more persuading? We thought not. There's just a few things you ought to know - you must be over 18 years old, hold a full and current driving license and be a UK resident to enter. The competition closes on October 31.

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