Win a trip to Dreamworld's new Motorsports Experience

REV up the post-Christmas holiday period with a visit to the Motorsports Experience precinct at Dreamworld, which opens on Boxing Day.

The multi-million dollar precinct will feature the world's first Hot Wheels themed rollercoaster, Hot Wheels SideWinder, the world's largest collection of Peter Brock racing cars, six V8 Supercar simulators, Grid Burgers and Sports Bar and

Trackside retail outlet with Hot Wheels and car racing merchandise.

The Hot Wheels SideWinder, one of Dreamworld's Big 9 Thrill Rides, is sure to get your heart racing. Riders speed through 13-storeys of fun including two loops and a sidewinder.

The precinct also includes Brock's Garage featuring more than 30 replica and original Peter Brock cars including some of his most famous drives like the Big Banger.

If you've still got the need for speed, race your mates on the V8 Supercar simulators featuring some of the world's most famous V8 circuits.

Dreamworld's Motorsports Experience partners include Hot Wheels, V8 Supercars, Dunlop, RACQ and the Brock family.

We are offering readers the chance to win a family pass for two adults and two children to Dreamworld and WhiteWater World.

The prize includes return airfares to the Gold Coast, three nights' accommodation, four days' car hire, unlimited entry to Dreamworld, WhiteWater World and Skypoint for seven days, plus four 10-minute sessions in the new V8 simulator experience opening on Boxing Day.

Simply click here and enter for your chance to win. Entries close on January 10.

The winner will be announced on January 13. 

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