The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Carbon Concept

GM giving away a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and a trip to the Indy 500

General Motors has announced a new sweepstakes where one lucky winner will win a trip to the Indy 500 and a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 – and all that you have to do is sign up on the new site WinCamaroZL1.com.

General Motors has dubbed this new contest the “Get the Gift of Speed Sweepstakes” and the winner will receive a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 along with an all expenses paid trip for two to the 2013 Indianapolis 500. All you have to do is visit WinCamaroZL1.com where you will be asked three multiple choice questions pertaining to the ZL1 including a question about the ZL1 Coupe’s Nürburgring time, one about the magnetic ride control system and one about the new performance traction management system. They’re all pretty easy with a little reading up on the super muscle car. Once you have answered those three questions correctly, you will be taken to another screen where you will be asked all sorts of personal information including your address, when you plan to buy your next vehicle and what GM vehicles you would like to learn more about.

Those who don’t have internet access can also send a note to the sweepstakes people to win a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 but if you don’t have internet access, you probably wouldn’t be reading this so I won’t get into how to apply without doing so online.

Finally, you can earn a second entry to win a new Camaro ZL1 by following the @TeamChevy Twitter handle and Tweeting the phrase below:
#WinCamaroZL1 www.WinCamaroZL1.com. Click the link to register for a chance to win a 2013 Camaro ZL1 Official Rules http://bit.ly/IJhTHE.

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What a scam Nascar will do anything for money. You apply for the contest to win a camaro and give all your information. Then the next day you are swamped with phone calls and e-mails with all kinds of idiots calling you with there scams. Its just another way for them to sell your information. Who will win it some nascar scam employee. Never again will I apply for this bull shit.
SCAM

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