Autocar competition winner can drive new supercar at Goodwood
18 June 2010

Autocar is offering a reader the chance to test drive the new Mercedes SLS supercar at the Goodwood Moving Motor Show.

The drive is the centrepiece of a prize bundle that includes tests of a Alfa Romeo Giulietta, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Lotus Evora and Mazda MX-5.

Click here to enter the Mercedes SLS competition

Accompanied by an Autocar road tester, you will get the chance to drive each car over a special evaluation route that runs across the Goodwood estate and takes in the famous Festival of Speed hillclimb.

Mercedes SLS links:

Mercedes SLS first drive review

Mercedes SLS v its supercar rivals

Mercedes SLS - 90sec video review

See all the latest Mercedes SLS reviews, news and video

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18 June 2010

what makes this better than a test choosing your own route from a mercedes dealership?

i'm guessing the car is not in showrooms yet?

23 June 2010

Hey, just to add on to what was said above - for the chance to test drive a whole host of Mercedes-Benz AMG cars including the SLS AMG go to the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG facebook page! (

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