Win a luxury VIP racing day at Snetterton with Volkswagen Vindis

HAVE you ever wanted to experience the thrills and spills of some of the best motor racing action in the UK as a VIP?

HAVE you ever wanted to experience the thrills and spills of some of the best motor racing action in the UK as a VIP?

Volkswagen Vindis Van Centre in St Ives and The Hunts Post have joined forces to give away a pair of VIP tickets to the next round of the British F3 & GT championship, which includes the Volkswagen Racing Cup, at Snetterton race circuit on Sunday, May 15.

The lucky winners will begin the day with breakfast in the exclusive Volkswagen VIP Paddock Club, before enjoying a tour of the paddock and the opportunity to go behind the scenes and meet the director of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and driver of the Caddy Racer, Simon Elliot.

They will then make their way to the trackside viewing areas for the start of the first race and watch the Caddy Racer in the Volkswagen Racing Cup.

The winners will then return to the race centre to enjoy a two-course meal, before watching a number of races taking place throughout the day.

During the day, there is the opportunity to experience a lap of the Snetterton race circuit in the Volkswagen Racing Caravelle (subject to track availability).

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Winners will also be able to enjoy all-day refreshments and sample the atmosphere at one of the UK’s most exciting race circuits.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:

What is the name of the Volkswagen racing van?

Send your answers on a postcard or sealed envelope to Vindis Snetterton competition, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB.

Entrants must be aged 18 or over, and entries should reach us no later than Wednesday, May 4. Usual Archant competition rules apply.

INFORMATION: For further information on the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles range of vans and passenger-carrying vehicles, or any of the latest finance offers at Volkswagen Vindis Van Centre (St Ives) call 01480 461019 or visit

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