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Hyundai offers free track days for i30 N hot hatch customers

3 Hyundai i30 N Millbrook track day

Hyundai has put together a free track day driving experience for i30 N hot hatch customers at Millbrook proving ground in Bedfordshire.

The event, called the Nth Degree Experience, will run on August 11, 12, 18 and 19 and customers can register at nthdegree.hyundai.co.uk to secure a limited place.

Each Nth Degree Experience session will consist of four drives to showcase the i30 N’s performance, technology, control and handling ability on Millbrook’s test tracks including the ‘Mile Straight’ and the ‘High-Speed Bowl’.

Hyundai will be monitoring drivers’ skills, awarding points throughout the day in order to crown the ultimate ‘petrol head’ – participants will also have the chance to pick up some tips from professional drivers along the way.

As well as driving skills, guests will be measured by individual heart rate monitors which will generate real-time, personalised data.

Those topping the leaderboard at the end of each session will win a Hyundai Motorsport WRC Co-Drive experience.

The winners will be driven by one of Hyundai’s WRC team drivers through a stage used during this year’s Wales Rally GB.

At the end of each day, there will also be an overall winner whose experience will be upgraded to a full weekend at Wales Rally GB on Saturday October 6-8. This trip will include meals and overnight accommodation.

Off track, participants will have access an interactive ‘Nth Degree Hub that features experiences focussed on the N’s design and technology features.

The £25,101 i30 N is the first model in Hyundau’s new N performance range. It was engineered in Namyang, South Korea by Hyundai’s High Performance Vehicle Division led by Albert Biermann, and honed at its European test centre at the Nürburgring.

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