Win a pair of Renaults

Renault has two open-top cars up for grabs via a reality TV show competition

Renault Wind

Renault is launching a reality TV-style competition opening up the chance to win a pair of cars. Its open-top Wind roadster and Megane coupe-convertible are up for grabs, and even if you’re not taking part, it’s a very interactive process. Eight pairs of people will take part, each from a different European country. The pair representing each country will be voted for online, picked via a 60 second video clip they’ve uploaded to Renault’s Very Good Trip website. You’ve the chance to represent Britain by uploading your clip (click here to enter). If you win, a month-long, 3100-mile road trip across the continent awaits, with typical reality TV show challenges set along the way. The trip kicks off in June, each pair’s exploits comprehensively covered online various the usual social network sites (Facebook and Twitter), and the winners will be crowned in July, the pair of drop-tops and a year of fuel and insurance their prize. Head this way if you want to apply, or vote for the UK’s entry Fan of social networking? Follow evo on Facebook and Twitter

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