Win tickets to the F1 awards

It's THE night of the year for all F1 fans and YOU could be there

Win tickets to the F1 awards

Join the stars at the Grand Prix Party 2003 on Saturday January 11th at NEC Arena as the Awards, F1 's equivalent to the Oscars, are presented to the good and the great of the world's most glamorous sport.

Excitement is guaranteed, as a mix of cars, drivers and music celebrities descend on Birmingham for an action-packed evening to remember.

Autosport.com and the organisers of the F1 awards have combined to offer two tickets to this exclusive event. All you have to do is email in the answer to the following question: which former Formula 1 world champion will be performing at this year's show?

Send your answer to Autosport.editorial@haynet.com with Awards in the subject box.

The competition closes at midnight on November 24th and the winner, chosen at random, will be notified by email.

Good luck! And if you're not lucky enough to win remember that tickets are available from the 24-hour F1 Awards/Grand Prix Party Hotline 0870 909 4133.

Rules
1. To enter you must be aged 18 years or over.
2. No entries will be accepted from the employees or their families of this website or any other companies associated with the competition.
3. The editor's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. No alternative prize will be given, and the closing date for entries is midnight November 24.
4. All winners will be notified as soon as possible after the closing date of the competition.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. No fax or telephone entries or enquiries will be accepted.

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