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Peugeot invites Goodwood attendees to contribute to Crowdsourced video

Peugeot invites Goodwood attendees to contribute to Crowdsourced video

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Peugeot is asking for help to create a Crowdsourced film during the Sunday Shootout at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (27th–29th June 2014).

Of the many things Peugeot has on static and dynamic display during the event, key among them is Saturday’s Hillclimb Shootout practice at 3.45pm and the Sunday Shootout at 4.05pm.

Sebastien Loeb will be reacquainted once again with the 208 T16 Pikes Peak car and he will be the first to leave the start on Saturday and the last car to start on the Sunday. So as the excitement builds, Peugeot is asking for help to create a Crowdsourced film during the Sunday Shootout. To take part, participants will need to make sure they are trackside and record some footage as the car passes by.

Video can be submitted by posting to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #T16CrowdFilm, by emailing it to social@peugeot.com, or by visiting the Peugeot stand. All clips will be needed by 2.00pm on Monday 30th June so the final film can be edited.

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