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Voting opens for inaugural ‘Silverstone Media Awards’

Fans to vote for favourite F1 and MotoGP coverage in 2011
The Silverstone Circuit has announced the launch of its first ever 'Silverstone Media Awards', inviting motor sport fans to vote for their favourite media coverage from the 2011 Formula 1 and MotoGP seasons.

A combined crowd of more than 450,000 attended Silverstone's two flagship events in 2011 – the F1 and MotoGP Grands Prix - and even more have an opinion on their beloved sports.

Fans can cast their votes via an 'App' on Silverstone Circuit's Facebook page
www.facebook.com/SilverstoneCircuits

Categories include, best 'National Newspaper' coverage for both race series; best 'motor sport' magazine and best 'bike publication'; best bloggers and tweeters; best website; and the best feature produced by the BBC F1 team during the 2011 season.

All entries will be included in a prize draw to win two hospitality places at either the Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix (06 - 08 July), or the MotoGP British Grand Prix (15 – 17 June) in 2012. Ten runners-up will each receive a Silverstone Goody Bag.

Winners of the hospitality tickets will be announced on 23 December. Goody Bag winners will be contacted in January, 2012.




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SwissJudge

December 08, 2011 10:59 AM

Firstly...this is a joke. Secondly...Who is watching over the voting process to make sure that the outcome is not manipulated? Thirdly...Ever heard of IMBEDDED REPORTERS ??? Lastly...Who can we vote for? There is no independent reporting here. Have a nice day...



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