SPECIFIC RULES FOR PERFORMANCE CAR QUIZ ON OCTOBER 5TH (TODAY)

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COMPETITION AND DRAW

Prize draw start and end dates:

The competition will run from 3pm UK time on Thursday 5th October and closes at 3pm on 6th October. All entries must be received during this period and we will not accept entries outside of this period. We will contact the 10 lucky winners by the end of this week.

We also have a prize draw. Five people who share the quiz on Facebook will be in with a chance of winning as well. The winners of this will also be notified by the end of this week.

DETAILS OF THE PRIZES:

We're giving away 10 DriveTribe t-shirts to people who answer at least one question correctly. These come in a range of sizes from medium and extra large.

We're also giving away five DriveTribe t-shirts to people who share the quiz on Facebook (all winners will receive one of each t-shirt).

BONUS QUESTION:

£50 amazon vouchers will be awarded to someone that is randomly selected that got the bonus question in #performance-cars live chat correct.

Here is a link to the live chat:

HOW WILL WINNERS BE CHOSEN?

Winners will be chosen at random from those who have given at least one correct answer and notified by the end of this week.

Winners and correct answers will also be revealed in the #performance-cars live chat channel by the end of Sunday 8th October.

To claim your prize, contact us in the #performance-cars live chat to acknowledge that you have won!

We have general terms and conditions that apply to all competitions and prize draws which you should read as they contain boring but important information that will apply to your entry and how you may claim a prize. By taking part you accept the terms and conditions and the Rules and agree to be bound by them. Any failure to abide by any of the terms and conditions and the Rules will disqualify you from taking part and your entry will be deemed invalid.

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