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Bentley Continental GT3-R

to Feature at Bentleys Power on Ice Event 2015

Bentley Power on Ice is set to return again next year, and this time it will feature the stunning Continental GT3-R driven by World Rally Champion Juha Kankkenen. The Power on Ice event which will be held in Finland, the home to some of the greatest drivers of our time, is a four day event held by Bentley to show how versatile their exquisite cars can be. Customers will get the opportunity to push cars including a range of Continental GT’s and Flying Spurs to the very limits on some of the most dangerous terrain in the world.

Famous drivers such as Juha will be on hand to provide guests with in-car tuition to show them how far each of the Bentleys can be pushed on the ice. Each of the tracks were personally designed by Juha Kankkenen who has years of driving experience under his belt to make sure they were safe before they were shaved into a six-foot frozen surface, to create an exciting experience for Bentley customers.

Former World Rally Champion Juha Kankkenen in a Flying Spur

Making its debut this year is the glorious Continental GT3-R which was inspired by the Continental GT race car. With only 300 examples of the GT3-R ever made, customers will be in for a unique and unmissable driving experience.

The event will be hosted at the beautiful Chalet Ruka Peak hotel, where guests can enjoy spectacular views while dining on traditional Finnish cuisine at the Peak Restaurant. As well trying their hand at ice driving in a Bentley guests can also try their hand at ice-karting, snowmobiles and a Husky sled as the absorb the Scandinavian culture.

By Jenna Niblock