Make a note in the diary; June 21 2009, the final time that Silverstone will reverberate to the sound of a Formula 1 race, or at least for a while anyway.

Following the announcement made by Bernie Ecclestone on the eve of this season's race that the British Grand Prix is going to be moving to Donington Park in a ten-year deal, the 2009 event will signal the end of an era. The race will be moving away from the venue that has become its spiritual home, having hosted the first-ever official F1 World Championship race back in 1950.

With only one more chance for drivers to join the like of Fangio, Clark, Hunt, Senna and Schumacher in winning at Silverstone, the 2009 race is set to be one of the most eagerly anticipated races of next season - with the possibility that the ever-reliable British weather could also put the cat amongst the pigeons come race day.

The 2008 race was a sell-out and 2009 is expected to be no different, meaning tickets are likely to fly out of the Silverstone sales office. However, thanks to leading motor racing travel experts Page & Moy, you can win a three-day pass worth ?500 to catch all the action from the Luffield Grandstand along with a friend.

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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