Win Hot Wheels goodies!

Hot Wheels competition

Get ready to rev your engines, gang!

 

Buckle up and get ready for some epic play with the Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage! This super set, which comes with five Hot Wheels vehicles, lets you zoom off on wild adventures across land, sea and sky! 

  

Showcase your racing cars in the garage’s 36 parking spots. Then fuel up at the petrol station and visit the tune-up shop before racing your mega motors down the high-speed ramps!

  

Which of your crazy cars will survive the garage’s super spirals, where a chomping shark awaits at the bottom? Yikes! But fear not – should disaster strike, a helicopter awaits to fly them to safety. Awesome!       


 

The prize

Five lucky winners will scoop:

1 x Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage 


For your chance to win, simply answer the question below - good luck!

 

Competition closes midnight, 12 January 2017.

 

For more epic action, race over to HotWheels.com.

Which of 
these is a type 
of shark?

a) Hammerhead
b) Spannerhead

c) Chiselhead

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