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Win 1/2 Scale Replica Lewis Hamilton Helmet And BTCC Tickets

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Win 1/2 Scale Replica Lewis Hamilton Helmet + BTCC Tickets

Win 1/2 Scale Replica Lewis Hamilton Helmet + BTCC Tickets has teamed up with Mobil 1 and Halfords, the UK's leading car accessory retailer, to give away a ½ scale replica of Lewis Hamilton's crash helmet and a pair of tickets to watch the British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch on 2 October, where there is a good chance that Lewis will be there supporting his brother Nic in the Renault Clio Cup.

The helmet, adorned with the distinctive yellow design that Lewis is famous for, is constructed from fibreglass and high quality, hard-wearing polyurethane paints for a bright finish.

Vinyl sponsor logos, the tinted and tilting visor and the realistic buckle complete the true-to-life collector's replicas.

To be in with a chance of winning the helmet and tickets, answer the question below.

Who was Lewis Hamilton's teammate before Jenson Button?

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If that is not enough, visit for another two fantastic competitions. For the chance to win a signed full-size replica of Lewis Hamilton's crash helmet just answer the simple question. Or, play the Ultimate Track Challenge game for a chance to win a trip to the Korean Grand Prix in October, where one lucky fan will become part of the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1â„¢ team for the weekend.

Both competitions are free to enter and no purchase is necessary.

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