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Live the dream - build your Fantasy F1 team!

Don't miss your chance to enter this weekend's final practice round of Crash.net's Fantasy League F1 competition, before the real action starts in China next month!
What do you mean, you haven't put together your Crash.net Fantasy League F1 yet? Time to knuckle down and get on with it before you miss out completely!

Since Melbourne's already in the history books the odds are against success in the two-race Warm-Up Championship, but that's okay - you can still use this weekend's race in Malaysia as a pre-season test session ahead of the first race of the Main Championship that gets underway with the Chinese Grand Prix in mid-April.

So do you fancy yourself as a bit of an F1 expert, never miss a grand prix, and like the idea of putting your expertise in the field to good use to win yourself some spending money? Then the Crash.net Fantasy League F1 is just the thing for you.

Our exciting new Fantasy F1 game for 2012 ticks all of those boxes and then some, and will get you even more involved and immersed in the world of F1 this season. For a mere £10 per team you get to prove yourself in the role of the ultimate F1 team manager and show that you can outwit the likes of Christian Horner, Stefano Domenicali, Martin Whitmarsh and Ross Brawn et al.

If you've been telling everyone that you reckon Michael Schumacher's going to be champion this year and Sebastian Vettel doesn't stand a chance, that Ferrari are going to wipe the floor with McLaren or that HRT are going to pull off a staggering shock win in 2012, now you can put your money where your mouth is and prove that you really know what you're talking about.

All you have to do is select six drivers and a constructor from the respective lists while keeping under the $100m budget cap. If the whole thing proves too taxing for you then you can sit down, drink a nice soothing cup of herbal tea and let our Lucky Dip team selector randomly select a valid team for you instead, meaning that all you have to do is confirm that you're happy with the selections or else make whatever changes you want until you are.

You're automatically entered into all of the Crash.net Fantasy League F1 competitions when you register: that mean you're competing for the chance to win £20,000 in prizes that include a trip to the Monaco Grand Prix, the undisputed 'jewel' in the F1 crown.

But hurry, because time is running out and you're still stalled on the grid waiting to get the power down! Don't miss out on the chance to use this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang to test your initial team selection so that you're ready for when the points are reset ahead of the start of the Main Championship - which is where the big prizes are up for grabs.

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 fun or the chance to win - sign up today to make sure that you get your entry in, in order to stand a chance of picking up one of the fabulous prizes on offer!

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

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