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Win VIP Tickets To British F3 & British GT Final Round

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Donington Park is the venue for the last round of the Cooper Tires British F3 and the Avon Tyres British GT Championships over the weekend of 13-14 September, and you could be there with VIP weekend tickets, thanks to Cooper Tires and Avon Tyres.

This will be the final round of the 2014 season and, with only a few points separating the top racers, the battle for the top spot will be one not to miss!

The lucky winners will gain access to the circuit on Saturday and Sunday and will have lunch at the official championship hospitality unit on the Sunday, with the chance to walk the grid before the races begin.

To be in with a chance of winning one of two pairs of VIP tickets, simply answer the following question:

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If you’re not one of our lucky winners, tickets can be booked at:

VIP passes will be sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery.

Terms and Conditions:

Cooper Tire & Rubber Company Europe Ltd accepts no liability for lost entries, Statuses/Messages that are not read, or delays in delivery by Royal Mail.

No cash alternative is available and no travel costs are included. Employees of Cooper Tire & Rubber Company Europe Ltd, SRO and those involved with the competition are not eligible to win.

All entrants must be UK residents.

Cooper Tire reserves the rights to publish the names of the winners after the draw takes place.

Competition closes 23:59 on 09/09/2014.

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