Win a go karting experience

14:00 28 February 2013

You could be the lucky winner of a go karting experience

You could be the lucky winner of a go karting experience

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Go Karting is an exhilarating motor racing experience for the whole family.

Sitting three inches from the ground, racing against fellow drivers and reaching speeds of up to 40mph, your driving skills will be tested around a challenging indoor racetrack. MyOffers are giving you the chance to put your pedal to the metal and race to the podium with this fantastic competition.

Whether you’re a beginner, budding F1 star or a thrill seeker, this fast and furious go-karting experience is the opportunity to see if you’ve got what it takes. You’ll be under starter’s orders, revving your engine and ready to leave all others in your tracks as you race to glory!

This prize draw closes on Sunday, 31 March 2013 Terms and Conditions

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