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Win 2 free World Touring Car Championship Tickets

Tickets are good for the September 8th event in Sonoma Raceway.

Aug 27, 2013

We've teamed up with the guys over at World Time Attack to give you the chance to WIN two free Tickets to the World Touring Car Championships in Sonoma, CA on September 8th 2013.

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In case you didn't know, the WTCC is one of the most exciting forms of racing to watch. The field is made up of cars that are almost exact replica's of car's you can purchase at just about any dealership in the world. Obviously, these cars will have more race friendly modifications done to them to ensure they are safe on the track but for the most part these cars are the real deal.

Each car is limited to an engine size of no more than 2.0Liters and power adding technologies such as VVTi, VTEC, and Variable Intake Technology are not allowed. This makes for some of the most equally matched and intense racing in the world.

Since we are BIG fans of the WTCC we are giving you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the event on September 8th and join us in Sonoma. Aside from the action on the track there will also be a Slammed Society car showcase presented by Fatlace plus some very exciting drift demos during downtime.

This is one event you do not want to miss so ENTER BELOW!!!

Good luck.

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