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We're back with another Brake Pad Giveaway, we will be giving one set of pads (front or rear) to one randomly selected forum member from our entire range, just by participating in the below thread!

In past giveaways We have discussed our first ride, garage and storage spaces, famous people we have met or would like to have met and weird and wonderful vehicles amongst other topics.

For this giveaway we would like to start a discussion about driving locations. If you had all expenses paid and unlimited fuel, where would you drive to?

The lucky winner will be randomly selected and announced within a few days after the closing date of 1st June 2022 and details will be posted on this forum within a few days of the closing date.

Please be aware that this thread may appear in more than one section on the forum and one winner will be selected from the whole forum, not a winner per thread.
Pad choice will be based on availability and where a chosen pad is unavailable, an alternative will be offered.

If you are not the lucky winner, EBC Brakes are pleased to be able to offer a 10% discount off their braking products to all members of the forum community using code FORUM10USER
This discount code can be redeemed at EBC Brakes Direct | EBC Brake Pads | EBC Brake Discs or with our USA partners at Perfect Brakes | EBC Brake Pads | EBC Rotors


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No one hopping in still? One day left!!

If I had the budget, I would say shipping the car to Europe and heading to the Nurburgring. I've been able to drive a few different cars on track there (Clio RS220, Mk3 RS) but would be something special to drive my own car there.
 

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No one hopping in still? One day left!!

If I had the budget, I would say shipping the car to Europe and heading to the Nurburgring. I've been able to drive a few different cars on track there (Clio RS220, Mk3 RS) but would be something special to drive my own car there.
Which did you prefer driving out of the Clio and the Mk3 RS?

Thanks for trying to get the people interesting in the thread, i guess nobody wants brakes 🤷
 

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Which did you prefer driving out of the Clio and the Mk3 RS?

Thanks for trying to get the people interesting in the thread, i guess nobody wants brakes 🤷
Doing my best!

And I did like the RS better - For a beginner on the Ring, the Clio was an excellent car to learn in and really focus on the track itself and giving yourself much more headroom to not overdrive. The Focus RS was just much more car, and overall more engaging to drive. I also drove in the wet with the RS which was a lot of fun and was nice to have AWD to get the power down early. I wouldn't have enjoyed the RS as much as I did if it was the first time on the track.

I am a big Renault fan though, and would love to give a more comparable car from them a drive, like a Megane RS300 or Trophy R.
 

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Doing my best!

And I did like the RS better - For a beginner on the Ring, the Clio was an excellent car to learn in and really focus on the track itself and giving yourself much more headroom to not overdrive. The Focus RS was just much more car, and overall more engaging to drive. I also drove in the wet with the RS which was a lot of fun and was nice to have AWD to get the power down early. I wouldn't have enjoyed the RS as much as I did if it was the first time on the track.

I am a big Renault fan though, and would love to give a more comparable car from them a drive, like a Megane RS300 or Trophy R.
No one hopping in still? One day left!!

If I had the budget, I would say shipping the car to Europe and heading to the Nurburgring. I've been able to drive a few different cars on track there (Clio RS220, Mk3 RS) but would be something special to drive my own car there.
Congratulations @hEaT , You are the winner! Please PM your full vehicle details (make, model, year & engine size) in the 'conversations', as well as your choice of pads and any part number (Can be found in the link in our signature) along with your full name and shipping address. Thank you to everyone who participated. Remember FORUM10USER code gets you 10% discount...
 

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Congratulations @hEaT , You are the winner! Please PM your full vehicle details (make, model, year & engine size) in the 'conversations', as well as your choice of pads and any part number (Can be found in the link in our signature) along with your full name and shipping address. Thank you to everyone who participated. Remember FORUM10USER code gets you 10% discount...
Awesome! Thanks and will do!!
 
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