Toyota is offering the chance to win drives in a GT86 and a GT86 race car at the Festival of Speed
1 May 2013

Toyota is offering the chance to drive the GT86 road car and a GT86-CS V3 racer at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Toyota's 'Privilege Day' on 11 July will see a small group of enthusiasts get to test both cars on the iconic hillclimb and enjoy Toyota's hospitality.

The Toyota GT86 was last year proclaimed Britain’s best driver’s car, while the GT86 CS-V3 factory-built race car has been fully homologated for a number of race championships. During its development period, it won its class at the Nürburgring 24 Hours.

To be in with a chance of driving a pair of GT86s on Goodwood’s iconic hillclimb, complete your details and answer a quick question at autocar.co.uk/goodwood

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Toyota GT86

This light, uncomplicated coupé promises so much. Can the Toyota GT86 deliver?

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