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Your last chance to test your Fantasy F1 picks

Don't miss out on a final chance to practice in the Warm-Up Championship this weekend in Malaysia before the real Fantasy F1 action gets underway
Fancy yourself as a bit of an F1 expert? Never miss a grand prix? Like the idea of putting your expertise in the field to good use to win yourself some serious wonga? Then read on, because our exciting new Fantasy F1 game for 2012 ticks all of those boxes and then some, and will keep you entertained season-long from first lights-out to the last drop of the chequered flag.

The Crash.net Fantasy League F1 competition for 2012 went live last month and for a mere £10 per team, you get to cast yourself into the role of the ultimate team manager, with the opportunity to prove that you can outwit the likes of Christian Horner, Stefano Domenicali, Martin Whitmarsh and Ross Brawn et al.

Picking your team couldn't be easier and all you have to do is select six drivers and a constructor from the respective lists, whilst ensuring that the total value of your team does not exceed your budget of $100 million. Or, if you don't have much time on your hand, you can use our Lucky Dip team selector to randomly select a valid team for you - you can then confirm that you are happy with these selections or make the necessary changes to ensure that you are!

Upon registration, you're automatically entered into all of the competitions, where you will compete for the chance to win £20,000 in prizes! - including a trip to the Monaco Grand Prix, the 'jewel' in the F1 crown.

So if you think you can make the right choice between Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, Red Bull Racing and Ferrari or Force India F1 and Scuderia Toro Rosso, what are you waiting for? Don't delay, and get your entry in today!

With the season having now started, with Jenson Button winning in Australia at the weekend, you've missed the boat when it comes to the Warm-Up Championship, which covers the opening two races of the season with unlimited team changes available.

However, what you can do is use the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend at Sepang as something of a test of your skill before the real action gets underway in round three, where the Main Championship commences. This is where the big prizes are on offer with all points after Malaysia being cleared back to zero. The Main Championship kicks off with the Chinese GP at 08:00 BST on Sunday, 15 April, from which point on you'll have 25 team changes to use for the remainder of the season.

So don't miss out on the chance for a final 'pre-season' test and make sure you get your entry in if you want to stand a chance of picking up a prize!

To lodge your entry or find out more, simply CLICK HERE NOW!



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