Volvo are offering the chance for you to win a pair of tickets to attend this years Moving Motor Show at Goodwood and drive a Volvo up the Goodwood hillclimb
Last year saw the Goodwood Festival of Speed open a day early for a car manufacturers preview day, a day which quickly became dubbed the ‘Moving Motor Show‘.
For probably the first time – and certainly in such a glorious settings – car lovers got the chance to browse and be hands on with a huge range of cars.
The hands-on bit even extended – for the lucky ones – to a drive round a course that included the legendary Goodwood hillclimb, a drive that’s been made by every one of the good and great you can think of in motor sport.
True, you don’t really get the chance to push the car you get your hands on to the ragged edge – all drives are accompanied – but you can get a decent lick on, especially if you hang back to start with to give yourself some fresh air as you power round the first right-hander and up past the main house.
Ease off again as you get to the top of the hill to buy yourself back some more space so you can push on harder as you pass the flint walls. You’ll almost start to wonder if your time would be good enough if this were the real deal as the flint walls go past in a blur.
Huge fun, but only for the lucky ones. But you can be one of those lucky ones thanks to Volvo, who are busy giving away tickets for the 2011 Moving Motor Show on Thursday June 30th, tickets which will not only get you in to Goodwood but let you drive one of either a Volvo C30 T5 Polestar, S60 D5 R-Design or V60 T6 R-Design Polestar round the course.
All you have to do is follow Volvo on Twitter (@InsideVolvoUK and competition rules on Volvo’s Facebook) and look out for the question of the day popping up. Tweet that answer back – inlcuding the hashtag #VolvoMMS – ands you’ll be in with a chance.
Volvo may get a few more Twitter followers out of this, but you’ll get the chance to play on the Goodwood hillclimb.
Worth the punt. And if you win, ask Volvo to point you in our direction so we can say hello.