Audi and motorcycle manufacturer Ducati both have a history of tackling the Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb. Now that the brands are under one roof, it makes perfect sense to use this year’s event to highlight both Audi’s newest sports car, the RS5, and Ducati’s fastest dual-purpose bike, the Multistrada 1200 S.
In a promotion it’s calling “The Ultimate Ride And Drive Contest,” Audi invites entrants to Tweet why you would like to come together with Audi and Ducati using the hashtag #cometogether and the the URL containing contest rules (http://audi.us/contest). Each submission will buy you one entry into the contest.
The grand prize? A trip for two to Sonoma, California to attend the single-day Audi Sportscar Experience at Infineon Raceway, and the use of a Ducati motorcycle for the duration of your three-day, three-night stay. Audi will also kick in $500 in spending money and $350 for a rental car, since only the contest winner is allowed to ride the Ducati and attend the driving school.
As you’d expect, there’s fine print to contend with, too. Entrants must be legal residents of the 50 United States and must be at least 25 years of age. You also need both a valid drivers license and a valid motorcycle license, at least if you expect Ducati to hand over the keys to one of its (oddly unidentified in the rules) motorcycles.