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Win a rally hot lap with Aaron Slight!

Win a rally hot lap with Aaron Slight!


10 November 2006
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Win a rally hot lap with Aaron Slight!

Former super bike champion Aaron Slight will again be tearing up the track, but this time in a rally car, and taking one lucky person with him.

The competition, run by Mystery Creek Events Centre along with Repco and Rally Drive NZ, is giving away a hot lap around the Propecia Rally New Zealand Special Stage.

The drawn winner will be taken around the track on Saturday 18 November, just one hour before the best rally drivers in the world compete in Round 15 of the FIA World Rally Championships.

Slight will be one of two ex motorcycle champions at Propecia Rally New Zealand this year. His personal friend, legendary Italian Valentino Rossi has entered as a competitor. Slight is thrilled to be part of the event,

“I’ve done most motor sports except this so I’m happy to have this opportunity and I’m looking forward to driving on the gravel” said Slight.

Entry forms and more information are available from www.mysterycreek.co.nz, Garden Place in Hamilton from 13-15 November and Repco – Hamilton store.

Aaron Slight will be at Repco, corner of Anglesea & Rostrevor St, Hamilton for signing on Saturday 18 November from 10am until12:30pm.


ENDS

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