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Win the chance to be at the 2009 British GP.

Lewis Hamilton admitted that his win in the 2008 British Grand Prix was one of his best, but the McLaren driver will have just one more chance to try and repeat the feat at Silverstone before Formula One heads off to Donington Park.

Having been the home of the race for the majority of its time on the F1 calendar, Silverstone will host the event for the final time in 2009, with Hamilton looking to try and secure back-to-back wins and Jenson Button aiming to take his first win on home soil.

A bumper crowd is expected to cheer on the British drivers on the weekend of June 21 and if past experience is anything to go by, the sport is likely to leave the circuit with a bang – and you could be there to catch all the action.

Thanks to leading motor racing travel experts Page & Moy, you can win a three-day pass worth £500 to cheer on Lewis, Jenson and the rest of the field for the final time at Silverstone. Along with a friend, you'll take your place in the Luffield Grandstand for the end of an era before the British Grand Prix heads off to its new home.

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is fill in your details and you'll be entered into the prize draw. You'll also receive Page & Moy's newsletter, which will keep you up to date with all their various motor racing tours – including the unique F1 night race due to take place in Singapore later this year.

Every tour includes travel, transfers, a comfortable hotel and the services of an experienced tour guide. Page & Moy has 45 years' experience in taking motor sports enthusiasts to the big events, so you can rest assured that the only drama will be taking place on the track.

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rich ard

August 13, 2008 12:35 PM

sid. gp racing started in france, but there are no french teams participating at present. as the majority of teams are based in uk, i think that uk has more right to a gp than most of the other currently participating countries.

Cunny Funt

August 14, 2008 12:45 PM

Sorry Sid I disagree I think we need to get decent tracks. When I go to different GP's I am interested in the racing and not the facility. The British grand prix generally comes up with some great races where as the hungboring ring produces a general snore fest. I am more gutted about wasting my money watching one car follow another for 60 odd laps. What is worse watching a boring race for a hour and a half or spending 2 mins having a wee in a dirty port a loo.



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