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Westfield Stratford City hosts DRIVE motorshow

12:03 18 April 2012

Westfield will play host to the DRIVE motorshow

Westfield will play host to the DRIVE motorshow

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Westfield Stratford City is holding a motor show, which runs until Sunday.

Drive combines fashion, retail and motor sport at the complex, which overlooks the Olympic Stadium.

It hosts the latest in eco-driving right up to the top-of-the-range supercars.

There will be chance to race in one of Honda’s race simulators and see the latest range of cars.

There are also two Lamborghinis at the show ahead of the infamous Gumball 3000 rally next month.

There are also opportunities to win two Mark Fast dresses from his Faster range as worn by the likes of Kylie Minogue and Katy Perry.

DRIVE is free to attend on all days.

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