Test Drive A Nissan 370Z To Win A Day At The Nissan Race Academy

The Nissan 370Z
The Nissan 370Z

Taking its inspiration from the Nissan GT-R supercar, but costing from £26,900, the recently launched Nissan 370Z offers an unrivalled blend of power, poise and practicality but with an accessible price tag.

Providing 331PS of pure driving pleasure from its 3.7-litre 24-valve engine, resulting in a 5.2 seconds 0-62mph time, few sports cars can offer so much for so little.

Of course the best way to appreciate and enjoy such a performance car is by specialist training. As a result Nissan is offering anyone who takes a test drive in its latest Z car, by 31st August 2009, entrance into a prize draw to win a day at the Nissan Race Academy.

Nissan Race Academy is a five-hour session of adrenaline heaven at the historic Silverstone Grand Prix circuit providing drivers with the chance to experience both the Nissan 370Z and the legendary Nissan GT-R's performance under the expert guidance of professional instructors. Plus, on the day, the best drivers will qualify for the ultimate shoot-out to win a full season of racing with Nissan Sports in a Nissan 370Z.

Two places are up for grabs in this very special prize draw but, following the test drive, those who go on to order a Nissan 370Z before 31st August 2009 will be guaranteed an invitation to the Nissan Race Academy.

To find out more about this unique opportunity and the Nissan Race Academy visit your local Nissan dealership.

Published : 27/07/09 Author : Staff

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