INFINITI to send two lucky winners to Spain for F1 experience

By CARSIFU | 23 November 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: INFINITI and Renault Sport Formula One recently teamed up during the Malaysian Grand Prix that offered an opportunity for two lucky winners for a chance to win an all-expense paid trip to Spain and drive a Formula One car.

The winners, Voon Chen Xian who bought a Q50 sedan and Farish Husni Bin Abdullah Fahim a QX70 SUV, will be heading off on an all-expense paid trip to the renowned Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain from from Dec 6 to 10.

There, they will be able to experience a once-in-a-lifetime occasion and pilot a F1 car, exclusively arranged by INFINITI Malaysia.

Both Voon and Farish managed to garner the highest votes of 4670 and 1580 respectively and earned a multiplier of 10 for buying an INFINITI vehicle.

Enter the Infiniti contest and win a Formula 1 car drive
Lucky winner Farish Husni Bin Abdullah Fahim who bought a QX70 SUV
Lucky winner Farish Husni Bin Abdullah Fahim who bought a QX70 SUV

“When I bought the INFINITI, I didn’t expect to be the winner as I was attracted to the performance and the design of the car (QX70). I have never dreamt that I will have a chance to drive a F1 car and I am truly thrilled!” said Farish.

The Winners will receive training in both physical and technical driving techniques and have briefs and debriefs with their race engineers before getting behind the wheel of the Formula One car.

They will then switch over to a two-seater Formula 1 ride driven by the one of the team drivers.

To enter the campaign that started from Oct 1 to Nov 15, participants were required to test drive an Infiniti car at the Infiniti Center Kuala Lumpur, snap a picture of themselves with an Infiniti car, upload the photo on the contest site and share on Facebook to get votes.

The photo with the highest votes will win.

Also, participants who purchased an Infiniti vehicle and registered the car before the end of the campaign date will be rewarded and stand a stronger chance of winning with the votes being multiplied by 10.