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Win your racing dream

By MCN -

 26 January 2007 12:05

If you ever fancied having a go at racing, here’s your chance. 

For the price of a £20 competition ticket www.givemethekeys.com are giving away a Cagiva Raptor 650 race bike and full spares package to race a year in the MRO MiniTwins race series.

The winner of the competition will get the chance to race in the National series onboard one of the most competitive bikes in the championship. 

The Cagiva Raptor won the final round of the 2005 championship at Silverstone and boasts Ohlins suspension, upside down forks, four pot Brembo callipers, fully floating wavy discs and GPR steering damper.

Not only that, but by just entering the competition you’ll be helping the Mist Suzuki Racing team fund their 2007 activities. 

The British based Mist Suzuki racing team will be up against the best in Europe in the Superstock 1000 and Superstock 600 class held at World Superbike rounds with their season kicking off at the Donington WSB round on 1st April.

With just 165 tickets needing to be sold to give away the bike and 126 tickets already gone the chances of winning are good.

And if more tickets are sold the winner could walk away with an even bigger price including a full spares package and bike worth over £8,000.

With 165 tickets sold you will get a Cagiva Raptor 650 Race Bike plus spare wheels with wet tyres.

With 500 tickets sold you will get all of the above plus race entries for their chosen MiniTwins championship.

With 750 tickets sold you will get the 500 ticket package plus five front and ten rear MiniTwins legal race tyres.

With 1000 tickets sold you will get the 750 ticket package plus comprehensive spares package, including 2 x extra front wheels, 1 x pair discs, yokes, clocks, radiator, swing arm, fairing frame and full set of spare bodywork

The competition closes on 4Sunday, February 4, 2007 and you can enter by clicking here  (external site)

Best of luck!