2013 Ice-driving with Bentley
TAKING ON THE FRIGID NORTH:
Bentley invites drivers with an extra R112 000 lying around to spend a weeks blasting across the Finland's frozen lakes.
TRAINING ON ICE:
The Bentley Power Ice event consists of a two-day programme focusing on driving both the V8 and W12 versions of Continental GT on the smooth ice of Finland's lakes and specially prepared tracks.
As well as the exhilarating driving opportunities, guests have the chance to enjoy a range of Nordic activities - snowmobiling, a night-time husky sled safari, traditional Finnish smoke saunas and dinner at an historic reindeer farm.
Leading the line-up of experts is Finnish four-time World Rally champion Juha Kankkunen. In February 2011, Kankkunen broke his own Ice Speed Record by driving a Continental Supersports Convertible at 330km/h on the frozen Baltic Sea off the coast of Finland.
After flying to the town of Kuusamo on a private charter, guests are driven to the exclusive ski resort of Ruka, 60 km from the edge of the Arctic Circle.
EXTRA CASH NEEDED:
Entrants will get behind the wheel of a Bentley Continental GT in the frigid north of Finland. To enter you need around R112 000 to take part and some spending money.