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Win a 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible from GM

General Motors has launched an online trivia contest with three very easy questions offering contestants a shot at winning the Ultimate Corvette Prize Package – including a 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible and an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the 24 Hours of LeMans race in France.

The Ultimate Corvette Prize Package entitles the winner to an awesome new 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible and a trip for 2 France to watch the 2012 24 Hours of LeMans Race, including 5 days and 4 nights in a swanky French hotel, airfare and “travel allowance”…which the fine print explains is $800 cash. The 2012 Grand Sport comes with a retail price of $62,715 and the trip has a price of $10,750 for a grand total value of the grand prize being worth almost $74,000.

Your shot at a 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible (and a trip to France) requires very little to enter, as all you have to do is head to the contest website and answer three incredibly simple questions. The questions are all seemingly common sense but if you need a little help before answering the questions – with a little looking around on the website you can find the answers. Luckily, even if you get all three answers wrong you can still click ahead to fill out the entry form for a chance to win the Ultimate Corvette Prize Package.

The entry form itself is fairly straightforward, asking you for your name, address, phone number email address and date of birth. GM then does a little marketing work, asking you to tell them how long it will be before you expect to buy or lease a new vehicle along with asking for information on three new Chevrolet vehicles. GM will collect entries from now until June 30th with the winner of the 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible and the trip to LeMans being announced on July 1st, 2011.

Click here to visit the Ultimate Corvette Prize Package entry page and good luck!

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I love the corvette. I have owned 2. When I sold my 1984 I knew that it was my biggest mistake. Because from that point on I knew I was going to miss that car. Any other car that I drove just did not measure up to the Corvette. That little 1984 vette smoked all of the cars that challenged me on the 1/4 mile (the 84 was a stocker with a few tweaks to make it move and do things faster) and I came in second for the KING OF THE HILL!! Needless to say, my husband got tired hearing me complain about how much I missed my Vette so he bought me a 2001 silver vette in 2006. Believe me I am very pleased with the my 01 Vette, but I have been wanting to get me hands on a 2011 ZR 1. The Corvette has continued to improve on all aspects. I cannot find anything that I would change on the Corvettes....So GM you have "Out done yourself on the 2011 ZR-1 Corvette"!! So one of these days I will win a ZR-1 Corvette. I try to enter any and all sweepstakes for just the possibility that "I just might WIN". Thank God for General Motor ! Sincerely, A Corvette Lover
Keep the Corvette rolling GM.