Your chance to win a trip to Powered by Mercedes-Benz this weekend
3 November 2009

Autocar is giving you the chance to win an exclusive prize at the 'sold out' Powered by Mercedes-Benz event on 8 November.

With tickets no longer available, Powered by Mercedes-Benz features demonstration runs from Vodafone McLaren Mercedes and Brawn GP Formula One cars, while the firm’s C-Class DTM car will also be appearing.

The event will be attended by several high-profile Mercedes-Benz drivers past and present, including Lewis Hamilton, Heikki Kovalainen, Mika Hakkinen, David Coulthard, Pedro de la Rosa and Anthony Davidson, while Martin Whitmarsh and Ross Brawn will also be in attendance.

The competition, in association with Vodafone McLaren Mercedes and Mercedes-Benz, is offering the winner a chance to meet Lewis Hamilton, some Vodafone McLaren Mercedes merchandise and a passenger ride around the Mercedes-Benz World circuit in an AMG Mercedes.

The competition entry date closes at midday this Thursday, and to enter you must be aged 18 or over. The entry form and full terms and conditions can be found here.

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