F1 prediction: Win 2 top grandstand tickets for British GP
I'm delighted to be able to offer two top of the range grandstand seats for the British Grand Prix on 11 July, courtesy of my sponsor FX Pro, the F...
I'm delighted to be able to offer two top of the range grandstand seats for the British Grand Prix on 11 July, courtesy of my sponsor FX Pro, the Forex trading company which sponsors Virgin Racing.
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment and predict what the margin will be in qualifying at Valencia between the two Virgin drivers and in whose favour. The times in F1 are measured to 1/1000ths of a second. So for example if you think Timo Glock will be faster, you might answer "Glock by 0.123 secs". Please do remember the three digits after the decimal point.
To give you a guide, in Turkey Glock was faster than DI Grassi by 1.245 secs. In Montreal the gap was down to 0.734s again in Glock's favour.
In the event that no-one gets the correct answer, the person getting the closest to the time will be the winner. If two people get the same correct answer, the one who posted first wins. If one of the drivers fails to set a time, the person who predicts that wins.
Obviously, as with the Fans Forum, only people who are able to physically get to the event should answer. If you are in Canberra with no chance of getting a flight, please don't enter and spoil it for everyone else. Or enter for fun, but declare that you do not wish to claim the prize.
Entries must be in by 12-00hrs UK time on Saturday 26 June.
We will send the tickets and information pack out early next week.
The full JA on F1 Silverstone package courtesy of FX Pro
· Premium grandstand tickets to Saturday and Sunday’s events
· Large TV screens so you don’t miss one second of action
· Packed lunch with Virgin Racing cool bag
· A tour of the Virgin Racing garage, F1 Paddock and autographed team merchandise
· Kangaroo TV set
· Official F1 Programme
· Virgin Racing ticket lanyard with map, time table and Virgin Racing info
· Virgin Racing gift bagGood Luck!
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