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#myevomonth: Your car pictures from September

evo readers show you their favourite images from the past month

Did you get up to any car-related activities recently? Are you tweaking your track-day toy or a serial supercar spotter? Chances are, as a reader of evo, you've probably got some sort of car-themed story to tell. And #myevomonth is your opportunity to show off your favourite automotive image from the last month or so.

Whether you've been on a track day, embarked upon a road trip or just spotted an amazing car on your high street, send us your snaps on Twitter with the #myevomonth hashtag and we'll select a bunch to put up on the site.

We're not looking for beautiful evo-style snaps - though if you've taken some of those you're welcome to send them in. All you need is an image that tells a story.

Win a set of Michelin tyres!

We'll be posting our favourite images throughout the year, and will select an overall winner next April. The snapper behind the lense of our favourite motoring adventure image will also win a full set of Michelin tyres to keep you rolling for another year!

Keep sending us pictures marked with the #myevomonth hashtag on twitter, Facebook or even in the comments below for a chance to win.

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