Test a Nissan 370Z to win a place on the Nissan Race Academy
27 July 2009

Nissan is offering motorists who test drive the 370Z a chance to take part in the Nissan Race Academy at Silverstone.

The Nissan Race Academy is a five-hour long course at the Northamptonshire circuit. As part of the the course, motorists get to test both the Nissan 370Z and Nissan GT-R on the circuit under professional racing instruction.

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As well as the instruction, those taking part will also get the chance to take part in a shootout time trial to try to win a full season of racing with Nissan Racing in a 370Z.

Anyone taking a test drive in the new Nissan 370Z before 31 August will get a chance at winning a place on the course. If you buy a Nissan 370Z before then, a place on the course is guaranteed.

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