Daingean native Tara McCormack is in pole position to be crowned the face of Bavaria City Racing which takes place in Dublin on June 3.
Tara has been shortlisted from over 600 hopefuls and now enters the public voting element of The Irish Sun’s nationwide competition for Ireland’s Bavaria Model.
The Bavaria models are the official hostesses of the Bavaria City Racing event and are charged with looking after the likes of Jenson Button and the rest of the stars of international motorsport.
To vote for Tara visit the Irish Sun’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/theirishsun and help the Offaly stunner in her quest to become the face of Bavaria City Racing.
The winner of the national search will be named the Irish Bavaria City Racing Model for 2012, receive a modeling contract with Andrea Roche’s agency, a branded car from BestQuote.ie and a stylish makeover.
They will also be named Miss Irish Sun 2012 and be entered into Miss Universe Ireland.
The judging panel includes former Miss Ireland Andrea Roche, The Irish Sun’s Fiona Wynne, and Today FM DJ Louise Duffy.
Top model agent, Andrea Roche, said, “This is a fantastic opportunity for any girl who is interested in a career in modeling. Not only will the successful candidate become the face of Bavaria City Racing 2012, they will also win a one year modeling contract.”
Bavaria City Racing Dublin is a free public event and over 150,000 spectators are expected to line the streets of Dublin to experience the best of motorsport up close and personal.
But for those who want to get closer to the action there are three performance zones areas on the city track at the Convention Centre, at the Customs House and on O’Connell bridge.
These ticketed all seated areas are perfect for motor enthusiasts and families alike and tickets for these areas are now available from Ticketmaster starting from €75.90.
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