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Formula D Charity Ride-Along Giveaway

Peter Tarach
Dec 7, 2012
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Formula D has announced that they will be holding a special charity event to benefit the American Red Cross's Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts on Thursday, December 13 at the Irwindale Speedway. As part of the event Formula D is selling tickets to go for ride-alongs with some of their top drivers.

We here at Modified have decided to do our part and we bought a ticket which we will be giving away to 1 lucky fan. To enter, find the secret link we have hidden somewhere on this page and follow the instructions on the page it opens to enter the drawing. The contest is free to enter just as long as you follow the rules:

Source Interlink Media reserves all the rights to the "Ride-Along Giveaway" program. In order for entrants to be eligible to win, they must comply to the following:

  1. Must have entered the contest via email through the "easter egg" on the site.
  2. Must be a Southern California resident (Winner assumes responsibility of all transportation costs).
  3. Must be a Licensed driver.
  4. Winning ticket is non transferable.

Winners will be selected randomly on December 11 at 6:00pm PST.

Good luck!

By Peter Tarach
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