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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.

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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 14: Singapore

A VERY DIFFERENT CHALLENGE

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After the high-speed demands of Monza, the streets of Singapore offer a very different and demanding challenge for teams and drivers alike. With 23 corners, completely unforgiving walls, humidity and temperature demands unlike those at any other circuit, as well as the glaring lights, the circuit places a huge demand on drivers and their skill can have more of an impact than at many others.

It takes more than three megawatts to keep the night race lit at any given time. This is typically the longest duration race of the year, often getting very close to the two-hour limit. Safety car periods are notoriously common – there has been a safety car in every incarnation of the modern Singapore GP. The circuit itself adds to the excitement with several challenging corners, including the ‘Singapore Sling’ which has been known to launch cars into the air when drivers get it slightly wrong.

Singapore’s location in the tropics means that there is a near-constant threat of rain, and although there have been showers and thunderstorms during every race weekend so far, none have, as yet, affected the race. If it does rain this year, it will make the race even tougher for all involved – but it is sure to be a good spectacle irrespective.

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

SUNDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER

CIRCUIT LENGTH: RACE DISTANCE: LAPS:
5.065 km 308.828 km 61
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Competition question: Singapore

What makes this race weekend unique from a time perspective?
It is the only non-European race weekend where:

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Round 13 answer

Oris sponsor teams in two different F1 sports... which one of the following are they not involved in?
A. F1 Powerboat Racing

Congratulations to our winner from the last round,
Ngu Seng Hing from Malaysia.