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Your chance to WIN an exclusive signed WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING prize every round this season.
PLUS qualify for our mid-season & end-of-season prize draw to WIN a Williams Oris Watch!

To enter, simply answer the question below and fill in your details to be in with a chance of winning exclusive prizes. There will be a new question for each round of the 2014 Formula 1 season.

Entries close 10am Monday morning (GMT) after each race weekend.

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WEEKLY prizes

Win a signed WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING cap
every round this season.
In addition all correct answers will be entered into our 2 prize draws:
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  • mid-season
    prize draw

    Winner: Oris TT1 WilliamsF1 Team Day Date Watch (a)

    Congratulations to our
    Mid-Season Winner:

    Peter Chambers from Australia!

    Mid-Season Runner Up:
    Jay Chambers from the United Kingdom.

  • end-of-season
    grand prize draw

    Winner: Oris WilliamsF1 Team Limited Edition Watch (b)

    Runner up:
    WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING team kit
    Winner announcement: Friday 28th November.

Winners will be announced on Facebook & notified by email.
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round 15: Japan

UNDERSTANDING WATER RESISTANCE RATING

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Oris tests all its watches to ensure that they comply with the specified figure for water resistance. All Oris watches are water-resistant to at least 3 bar or 30 metres. The actual figure on individual models is either shown on the case back and/or on the dial.

Most water resistant watches are not designed for prolonged active use in water. A watch is not water resistant unless stated on the dial or case back.

Water resistance is stated as a depth (BAR, ATM, meters or feet) this means that it has been tested in a laboratory to withstand a static pressure for a short period only at the stated depth.

The actual water pressure on the watch during use is greater than the static pressure. During diving into a pool, the pressure on the watch is greater at the point of impact with the water.

  • Oris watches designated with less than 10 bar or 100 m (328 ft.) water-resistance must not be worn in the water (see graph below)
  • Oris watches designated as 10 bar (100 m) or more can be worn in water.

Over time, everyday wear and ageing of seals in particular can adversely affect the water-resistance of a watch. Oris therefore recommends having the water-resistance of your watch tested once a year by an approved Oris retailer. Especially so, for watches with frequent usages.

JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

SUNDAY 5TH OCTOBER

CIRCUIT LENGTH: RACE DISTANCE: LAPS:
5.807 km 307.471 km 53
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Competition question: Japan

There is a unique feature relating to the Suzuka circuit. Which of the following is correct?

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Round 14 answer

What makes this race weekend unique from a time perspective?
It is the only non-European race weekend where:
D. All teams stay on European time.