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Does your VW Polo have what it takes?
Submit your VW Polo to Coopertire and have a chance to win a photoshoot

Coopertire are looking for the coolest VW Polo

We are joining forces with OZ Racing to produce a limited edition FIA World Rallycross tire and rim set. 

Send us your awesome VW Polo to enter the competition. The winner of the competition will be rewarded with:

A professional photo shoot of your VW Polo.

An exclusive FIA World Rallycross tire and rim set with professional fitment included. 

Do you think your VW Polo is up for the challenge?

Joining the competition is easy!

Take a picture!
Only the most awesome VW Polo's have a chance to win.
Upload your VW Polo
Upload your VW Polo through the form below.
They'll will announce the lucky winner on the 7th of May.
Win the Photo shoot
A professional photo shoot and a set Limited edition FIA WRX Cooper Tires & OZ Racing rims.

For more information and to get involved please visit:


Please note: ClubPolo is not sponsoring or involved with the above promotion

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Bashed in a photo of the G, not likely to do owt but you never know!

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