Win two tickets to F1's Italian GP by playing Grand Prix Predictor
Formula 1 fans can compete to win two tickets to the Italian Grand Prix simply by entering the Grand Prix Predictor game for this weekend's race in Hungary
Our partner BookF1.com has supplied the prize for this weekend's contest, with the two general admission tickets giving access to Monza for all three days of the GP weekend from August 31-September 2.
All you need to do to be eligible for the prize is sign up to Grand Prix Predictor, join the open league 'Hungary GP: Giveaway' and make your prediction for the top 10 finishers of the race this weekend.
The tight and twisty nature of the Hungaroring circuit means this race is one of the events highlighted by Red Bull as a chance for it to compete for victory.
However, Mercedes and in particular Ferrari have made progress since Red Bull stole the show on the narrow streets of Monte Carlo with Daniel Ricciardo in May, so F1 is likely to head into its summer break with a fascinating, tight contest between its top three teams.
Behind the top teams, the battle for best of the rest will play an important role in your predictions, with Renault and Haas seemingly battling for top honours at the front of the midfield.
Grand Prix Predictor also allows you to compete against friends in private leagues, or to battle for worldwide victory in our global leagues. Sign up today.
Please note: the Italian Grand Prix tickets prize does not include hospitality or travel.
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