Win Tickets To Red Bull #OPENHOUSE

Wednesday 29th May 2013

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Win Tickets To Red Bull #OPENHOUSE

Win Tickets To Red Bull #OPENHOUSE

Red Bull Racing are offering two lucky PlanetF1 readers the opportunity to visit their factory and meet the drivers on 21 June.

Two readers, plus a guest each, will have a day to remember with the reigning World Champions ahead of the British Grand Prix weekend as they will attend the team's exclusive #OPENHOUSE event at the Milton Keynes Factory.

This includes a chance to meet Mark Webber and team boss Christian Horner, as well as a tour of the factory, participation in some F1 activities, lunch, a Red Bull goody bag and more...

What this prize does not include is any travel or accommodation costs so you have to get yourself there.

To enter you need to answer this one easy question: How many Drivers' Championship titles have Red Bull Racing won?

Email your answer to letters@planet-f1.com, entitled 'Red Bull Competition'.

The winners will be named on Monday 10 June.

Please note: You have to be older than 16 to enter and you have to be free on the day to attend the event so only open to those in the UK and ROI.

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