Are you set to race at the A1 Ring?

Last year's Austrian Grand Prix will forever be remembered as the race when Ferrari made a mockery of Formula 1. The team asked Rubens Barrichello to move over for Michael Schumacher and when he did so, the crowd almost to a man, booed the red cars home

Are you set to race at the A1 Ring?

Takuma Sato will also remember the race with mixed emotions as he walked away without serious injury from probably the biggest accident of the season.

With McLaren delaying the launch of its MP4-18 until after Austria will Ferrari continue to dominate the field or will Williams and Renault have a strategy to upset the order? While Fernando Alonso is scoring well, further down the field we have seen some great performances from Cristiano da Matta, Ralph Firman and Mark Webber who have all proved great value for money.

How do you think the field will shape up for the last F1 outing at the A1 Ring? Will your team be prepared to race for victory?

As a team manager you can exercise your right to change tactics and transfer your drivers or chassis Make sure your under performers do not hold your team back as you could be missing out on some great prizes. The winner of the Austrian GP will be awarded a great karting experience with three friends courtesy of Club 100. These karts get from 0-60in under 5s and have a blistering top speed of 75mph.

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