WIN: a Vauxhall Corsa in association with Ingenie - 2017/18
Intelligent Instructor has teamed up with FirstCar, the leading publisher of new driver magazines and ingenie, the young driver insurance brand, to offer readers the chance to win this brilliant new Vauxhall Corsa 1.4i 75PS ecoFLEX Energy 3dr worth £12,500! ingenie is on the side of young drivers, using black box technology to take over where driving instructors let go, sitting in with new fully licensed young drivers and rewarding safe driving with more affordable insurance premiums. That way, they drive well and pay less!
Vauxhall Corsa 1.4i 75PS ecoFLEX Energy 3dr
- 16” alloy wheels
- LED daytime running lights
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Touch-screen infotainment system
- Electrically heated front seats
- Digital radio with six speakers
- Worth £12,500
Watch the video
FirstCar’s experts have tested the Vauxhall Corsa, and rate it as one of the best new cars for young drivers and ADIs alike. To find out why we think the Corsa is great, watch our video review at firstcar.co.uk/new-car-reviews.
Terms and conditions: This competition is run by First Car Limited and Ingenie Services Limited. Entries must be received by midnight on 14 July 2018. The winner will be randomly selected by the promoter from the correct entries received once the prize draw finishes. For full terms and conditions go to: http://firstcar.co.uk/win-a-car-terms-and-conditions
WIN: Life to the Limit BOOK
Jenson Button has finally retired from F1 after 17 years, 309 Grand Prix and a World Championship to his credit.He has always been seen as the cheery, polite Englishman, in a world of often immature, egocentric millionaires. And this new autobiography certainly carries on that image of ‘one of the nicest guys on the grid’. It’s an easy read, whether you’re an F1 fan or lucky dip reader, providing an insider view to some of the shenanigans behind the scenes, and the moneyed motivations and insecurities that go with it. There are also plenty of anecdotes that show a deeper more personable side of Jenson, and to what is still one of the biggest, hard-nosed sports in the world. Perhaps the re could have been a little more dirt, but Jenson remains reserved and unwilling to upset anyone too much. Still, there is plenty here to entertain and inform the reader, from the amusing and naive, to his touching respect and genuine warmth toward his dad, and how his death affected his whole outlook on life, both on and off the track.
Go to: www.amazon.co.uk RRP: £20 (but look for deals)