Join the former Stig in the Kettle Ridge Crisps Dodgem Derby
Monday 21 February 2011
Former 'Stig', Ben Collins, is leading the first KETTLE Ridge Crisps (R) Dodgem Derby, and The Independent is offering you the chance to join him.
The winner, with a friend, will drive a specially made bumper car from Hampshire to London on 26 March, competing against three other dodgems in a series of 'pit stop challenges'.
To be in with a shot at going up against Ben in a bumper car, just fill in your details below:
For more details, visit www.facebook.com/KETTLEChipsUK
This competition closes at midnight on Tuesday, 8 March 2011.
Terms and conditions apply.
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