Your chance to win tickets to see the high-flying, world championship rally action
The FIA World Rally Championship is roaring into the UK this autumn, following an action-packed route through around the UK for three thrilling days.
The rally will be stopping by the family-friendly RallyFest at Chomondeley Castle in Cheshire and it's not to be missed. Here is your chance to win tickets to experience it for yourself. Curtesy of Dayinsure Wales Rally GB and Hyundai UK are two VIP Hospitality passes as well as one family ticket to the rally.
So, if you're free on Saturday 29 October, you should be doing everything you can to catch a glimpse of the rally before it speeds off... read more
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