As the Official Vehicle of Premier Rugby, Land Rover is delighted to invite you to drive on a unique off road experience at the Gloucester Rugby Land Rover Premiership cup taking place at Cheltenham RFC Newlands Ground on 21st March 2010 between 10am - 15:00pm.
Not to be missed, the Land Rover Experience Terrapod will be at the under-11 and under-12 grassroots festival giving you the chance to assess your driving skills.
The unique steel, all terrain demonstration stage will put you, as well as the impressive vehicles, to the test!
As used by the England squad during the 2009 RBS 6 Nations, the terrapod is not only great fun but also a good examination of communication, teamwork and focus. Experts will be on hand to guide you through the challenge as you take part in a test of skill and nerve to overcome a number of obstacles.
After the success of its inaugural year, in which over 7,000 aspiring young players took part, Land Rover remain proud partners of the Land Rover Premiership Cup.
The thriving national tournament continues into its second year and Land Rover is proud to be supporting all levels of the sport, from young stars of the future right through to the elite of the Guinness Premiership.
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