Friday, 25 June 2010

ALTITUDE TRAINING FOR THE WORLD CUP

World Cup Rally book competition - closes 11th July 2010!


Many thanks to Anthony Howard for this great review of The Daily Mirror World Cup Rally 40 – The World’s Toughest Rally in Retrospect by Graham Robson in the Pattaya Mail.
Click here to read the review in full.

Lasting six weeks and covering 16,000 miles from London to Mexico City via some of the most varying, tortuous and difficult terrain on three continents, the 1970 World Cup Rally was a unique high-speed event. Attracting many serious works teams such as Ford and British Leyland, it was, and remains, the toughest rally of all time.


We have a copy of this book worth £35 to give away!

Just answer this simple question relating to Anthony's review.

What was Roger Clark reportedly asked to do at 14,000 feet as part of his altitude training for the London to Mexico Rally?

Please email your answers to worldcup@veloce.co.uk

Terms and conditions
• The competition will run from Friday 25th June and end at 12pm BST Sunday 11th July 2010 (The date of the Wold Cup final). A winner will be chosen at random.
• The prize itself is one copy of The Daily Mirror World Cup Rally 40 – The World’s Toughest Rally in Retrospect, worth £35 UK / $69.95 USA.
• Only one copy of The Daily Mirror World Cup Rally 40 – The World’s Toughest Rally in Retrospect will be available.
• The winner will be announced via email. You will then be required to provide us with postage details for us to send the book to you. If you fail to provide details within 7 days, the prize will be awarded to another entrant.