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MOTORING: Win a Bentley holiday on ice worth £10k

Bentley Power on Ice, Finland. PA Photo/Handout. c2b14b56-2dcf-4cc8-9d31-8200e594
Bentley Power on Ice, Finland. PA Photo/Handout. c2b14b56-2dcf-4cc8-9d31-8200e594

Fancy driving a Bentley on ice under the tutelage of rally ace Juha Kankkunen before returning to a luxury hotel in the Arctic Circle and heading off on a Husky-sled adventure, without having to pay for any of it?

Bentley is opening up an additional two spaces on its flagship ‘Power on Ice’ driving experience in the north of Finland, where participants can push cars like the new Continental GT3-R to the limit on a frozen lake.

The spaces will be given to the winners of a public competition in aid of Care2Save, which provides funds to bring improvements in hospice and palliative care all around the world.

Entries to win the amazing near-£10,000 prize will cost just £1, but there is no limit to how many entries one person can buy.

Bentley describes the Power on Ice adventure in a press release: “With expert in-car tuition from Bentley’s Ice Driving Team and four-time World Rally Champion, Juha Kankkunen, piloting the cars on his personally designed tracks is just one part of this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

“Hosted in characteristic Bentley luxury, the home of the event is the boutique hotel of Chalet Ruka Peak, which offers additional activities at a slightly different pace. Snowmobile rides, ice-karting and night-time Husky-sled safari adventures to reindeer farms ensure a truly unique experience, with each place normally costing 11,340 euros.”

You can enter the competition – which runs until January 8, 2015 – at bentley.care2save.co.uk


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