Register now for free cinema tickets

What an unbelievable start to the Formula 1 season it has been. With such unpredictable racing, it has become an even greater challenge for the modern Fantasy Grand Prix manager to pick the ultimate combination of man and machinery

Register now for free cinema tickets

There has never been a better get your teams on the grid. Register now and we will send you 2 complimentary UCG cinema tickets worth up to £12* (hurry as stocks are limited).

There are also great prizes on offer in the Fantasy Grand Prix. The Championship winner will be enjoying a trip to the 2004 Malaysian Grand Prix with 3 friends before heading off to a tropical island for a great holiday. This must be the easiest way to experience the glamorous side of Formula 1 in one of its most exotic locations.

If this is not enough to get your competitive spirit going then there are more fantastic prizes to be won at every Grand Prix throughout the season. These will include signed race suits, F1 car parts, watches and WilliamsF1 garage tours at the British GP, to name but a few.

Make the most out of your Grand Prix weekends and get your teams on the Fantasy Grand Prix grid now.

*The only restrictions that apply to the cinema tickets are that you must use the tickets by 30 June and these tickets are not valid at the following cinemas in central London: UGC Haymarket, UGC Shaftesbury Avenue, UGC Chelsea, UGC Fulham Road. Stocks are limited and will be handed out on a first come first served basis so get your teams in quick.

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