Win a VIP day out at F1 testing with Red Bull

You and a friend could be the lucky recipients of a wonderful day out at the Silverstone Formula 1 test on Thursday June 14, all thanks to the Red Bull Sauber-Petronas F1 team

Win a VIP day out at F1 testing with Red Bull

We have five pairs of VIP tickets to give away for the all-important pre-British Grand Prix test at the Northamptonshire track. The prize includes a garage tour, a pit lane walkabout and of course the chance to see the team's hotshots Nick Heidfeld and Kimi Raikkonen in action.

You'll also have access to the Red Bull Hospitality marquee, where you can brush up your skills on their F1 simulator or simply relax and soak up the paddock atmosphere.

For your chance to win this great prize simply answer the following question and complete the tiebreaker:



Where is the Red Bull Sauber Petronas team based?

Hinwil, Switzerland
Oxford, UK
Paris, France



I'd love to be a VIP guest of the Red Bull Sauber Petronas team because...
(complete the tiebreaker in less than 15 words)

E-mail your answer to win@haynet.com, to arrive no later than midnight Sunday June 10. Please write 'Red Bull Competition' in the subject box and remember to include your full name, address and daytime and evening contact telephone numbers. Please note that prize winners must make their own way to and from Silverstone.



Midnight, Sunday June 10



To enter you must be aged 18 years or over.

No entries will be accepted from the employees or their families of Haymarket Magazines Ltd or any other companies associated with the competition.

The winner will be the first correct entry drawn, who has completed the tiebreaker to the judges' satisfaction.

The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. No alternative prize will be given. The closing date is midnight, Sunday June 10.

All winners will be notified as soon as possible after the closing date of the competition.

All entrants may win only one prize, irrespective of the number of entries submitted. No responsibility will be accepted for entries lost, damaged or delayed in transit. Illegible or altered entries will be disqualified.

By entering this competition, competitors will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by the rules, and all entry instructions given are deemed to form part of the rules of the competition.

No fax or telephone entries or enquiries will be accepted.

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