Park Lane Wealth Management is offering a superb prize which includes rides in a helicopter and a Ferrari at the event this Saturday & Sunday.

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A fantastic experience of motoring fun including a helicopter flight and a Ferrari track ride awaits one lucky reader at the Castle Hill Car Festival in Filleigh this Saturday and Sunday.

Event sponsor Park Lane Wealth Management has teamed up with the North Devon Gazette to offer a special VIP package for two people that includes VIP admission, entry to the VIP marquee plus a prime viewing spots for all the action.

A helicopter ride and Ferrari track experience will be thrown in too.

The financial planning company is sponsoring the Track Sprint Challenge, where car owners can experience the thrill of the track as they take on a 0.8 mile course. It is also running a free prize draw at its exhibition stand to win a car racing experience at Thruxton, a magnum of champagne plus other prizes.

The festival will see more than 1,000 vehicles gathering together for a true motoring spectacle.

"There isn't anything like this in North Devon so to support this local event was something we wanted to be involved in," said Marc Payne, principal at PLWM, which is based at the Castle Hill estate.

The Top Gear Experience, Track Sprint Challenge and the North Devon Sports and Classic Car Run will all be there, together with displays from the famous Abarth stunt plane.

A range of arena events, car parades, more than 40 trade stands, auto jumble and much more will add to the atmosphere. More show information at www.castlehillcarfestival.co.uk

* There is a small window to win the VIP package, with our text competition closing on Friday (August 2) at 3pm. The winner will be notified within the hour and choose to attend the festival on either day.

Answer this simple question: How long is the Track Sprint Challenge? A, one mile; B, 0.6 miles; C 0.8 miles.

Text NDG CAR and your answer (A, B or C) plus your full name and a daytime telephone number we can contact you on, to 80058.

Texts costs 25p and usual terms and conditions apply.