2 March 2004

We've got together with Renault to give one lucky reader the chance to win this unique Clio Renaultsport V6, as driven by Fernando Alonso. This is truly a 'one of one' limited-edition car. It comes with a unique Alonso plaque, a signed handbook and a pair of his exceptionally quick - and signed - driving gloves. Just as important, this Clio comes with a 255hp V6 and will launch you from 0 to 60mph in 6.0sec. And the soundtrack from that V6 is something else. Fernando liked it, and so will you.

To enter, you need to answer the following question: Jean-Pierre Jabouille scored Renault's first Formula One victory at the French Grand Prix in 1979. His team mate finished third. Who was Jabouille's Renault team mate in that race? Was it a) René Arnoux, b) Alain Prost or c) Patrick Tambay? You can enter by clicking the link on the homepage, or by texting ACCLIO followed by a space, your answer, your name and your postcode to 80088.

Texts cost 25p, and all entrants must be aged 18 or over. Good luck.

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