Fans of Top Gear will no doubt have seen Jeremy Clarkson drooling over Porsche's first new launch in 18 years, the Boxster. Now PC Week has TWO Boxsters to give away to two readers who can answer the Porsche-related question at the end.
Alas, these are not the road-going versions but superb 12in replicas which are no longer available. The competition coincides with the launch of Global Beach's Porsche Boxster World Time Zone digital interactive screen programme, the first of it kind in the world.
The programme can be downloaded from Porsche's Web site at www.porsche.co.uk and has been designed to run on 486 vPCs or above with Windows 3.1 or 95. The WTZ programme can be configured as a default screen saver and is part of a teaser ad campaign featuring the Boxster in a spy setting set in six different time zones. But enough about that - here is the question.
Which of these is NOT a Porsche model? a) Carrera (e) Targa (i) Sprint b) Torque (f) Spider (j) Speedster c) Boxer (g) 928 (k) 944 d) 910 (h) 911 (l) Boxster
The 20 lucky winners of Pepper's Ghost Raucus Caucus '96 CD-ROM screensaver competition in the 1 October issue are: David Reid; John Loader; Jason Gilliver; Malcolm Ogden; Colin Noad; Marc Bouron; Matt Brunton; Paul Barker; Mark Adamson; Kevin Walker; JE Ward; Malcolm Carrott; Kieran Beattie; Martin Pringle; David Orchard; Anne Green; Colin Rosentiel; Laurie Faulkner; Paul Welch; and Pete Brunskill. We had loads of entries, but dozens of you overstated Bob Dole's age by 10 years. He's a spritely 73, so the correct answers were a, b & b.
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