A Contest Just Launched Where You Can Drive A Lamborghini & Ferrari In Montreal
Let's be real for a minute here: As Montrealers, we love our cars. For us, cars are more than just tools to get from point A to point B.
For us, cars are beautiful, high-performance pieces of legit technology. After all, you can't deny the hype that surrounds something like Montreal's Grand Prix - basically the most legit car festival in the whole city.
And the hype is for good reason! What can possibly be more fun than participating in the Grand Prix festivities, partying through city's hottest spots on a gorgeous summer day, seeing all the car lovers and gorgeous Ferraris and Lamborghinis that come out to play?
Well, okay, there is one thing that might be more fun than admiring these beautiful, luxurious cars as they line the streets of downtown Montreal: actually getting to drive one! Which you can totally do, all thanks to HYPE Energy Drinks.
From now until May 24, HYPE Energy Drinks is giving Canadian residents the chance to win a driving experience in a Ferrari or Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 at ICar Mirabel.
The contest is called Live the Hype of the Montreal Grand Prix, and all you have to do to win is hop onto HYPE Energy Drink's Facebook page and tell them who you would live the ultimate HYPE experience with!
There are two grand prizes being offered, each consisting of one VIP package at Montreal Grand Prix including two tickets for an exclusive ICar driving experience in a Ferrari or Lamborghini in Mirabel, two tickets for the Peel Paddock Party, one HYPE gift package containing different HYPE products and $500.00 CAD in spending money - among many other things!
Um, a whole bunch of fun PLUS $500 cash? Yeah, you're definitely going to want to get in on this. And, while you can't exactly take the car home with you, but you can drive it like you own it. When are you ever going to get the chance to drive in a Ferrari or Lamborghini again anyway?
Those interested in entering (um, everyone?) must be legal residents of Canada and reached the age of majority in their province or territory at the time of registration.