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Win: a day’s driving in a classic Formula Ford in France

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Imagine, that is you tearing down the track in a Crosslé 90F Formula Ford at the Charade track in France. Together with our friends at Classic Racing School, we can offer one lucky reader this unforgettable experience for free.

Get behind the wheel of a single-seater on the legendary Charade circuit. The track, once described by Stirling Moss as the “most wonderful track he knew off”, was the home of the French Grand Prix on four occasions between 1965 and 1972. In its current layout, the Charade track measures almost 4 kilometres and it winds its way through the Auvergne Volcanoes national park.

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Crosslé Formula Ford

Classic Racing School set up camp there to offer a unique experience: get to drive a classic-style Formula Ford. The Crosslé 90F is a modern-day continuation of the Crosslé 16F, a Belfast-built late 1960s Formula Ford.

If you have never driven a classic single-seater, here is your chance to try one for free, on one of Europe’s most beautiful circuits. What’s on offer? A whole day of driving on September 16th. All you have to do is show up.

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What do you have to do to enter this contest? Almost nothing. We just ask you to subscribe to the free newsletters of Tazio Magazine and Classic Racing School. In case you have already subscribed on our newsletter, we just ask you to send us an e-mail at confirming you want to take part in this contest.

Travel expenses are your own, the day of classic race car driving is on us. This contest closes on July 31st, we will contact the winner by e-mail. Good luck!

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