Enjoy The Belgian Grand Prix With Daffy’s Gin & Manor Racing
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Enjoy The Belgian Grand Prix With Daffy’s Gin & Manor Racing

A once in a lifetime opportunity for F1 and gin-lovers alike, Manor Racing and its partner, award-winning small batch premium gin, Daffy’s, is offering two lucky Brussels Times readers, the chance to experience the ultimate VIP F1 Experience at the Belgian Grand Prix. Celebrating the launch of Daffy’s Manor Racing Limited Edition Gin in Belgium, one lucky reader and guest will secure pole position VIP access to the most exclusive and restricted area in Formula 1 on Sunday 28 August 2016. The second prize runner-up will receive two VIP access for Qualifying session on Saturday 27 August.


Experiencing the most exclusive access possible at a Formula 1 race, the lucky competition winners will be hosted behind the scenes by the Manor Racing F1 team.

The winners will get to experience first-hand the working dynamics of a F1 team, meeting the drivers and getting up close to the cars in the Manor Racing garage. They will even be able to listen in to the team’s live radio communications as the action unfolds during the race. In addition, the winners will also be treated to first class hospitality, including the finest food and award winning Daffy’s gin.

Taking place 26-28 August 2016, Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps circuit is among the most historic on the Formula 1 calendar, having hosted a (non-championship) Grand Prix as long ago as 1924, and remains one of the most popular venues with drivers and fans alike.

In addition, the competition winners and three runners-up will all receive an exclusive bottle of the new Daffy’s Manor Racing Limited Edition Gin, worth €60.

With a carefully crafted recipe of world-class botanicals, including Lebanese mint leaves, Balkan juniper berries, Moroccan orris root and fresh lime from Southern Spain, Daffy’s Manor Racing Limited Edition is a perfectly balanced and complex gin, so smooth it can be enjoyed over ice, like an aged quality rum or Single Malt Whisky.

To enter the competition, please send an email to info@brusselstimes.com latest 4pm on Tuesday 23 August with the subject “BELGIAN GRAND PRIX WITH DAFFY’S GIN & MANOR RACING”. Please provide your full name and contact details in the email. Only one entry per person is allowed. We will draw the winners at random from all the entries and notify the winners by email including details on how to claim your prize.

For more information on Daffy’s Gin and Manor Racing visit: www.daffysgin.com @DaffysGin
manorracing.com   @ManorRacing

Good Luck from The Brussels Times, Daffy’s Gin & Manor Racing!

Terms and conditions

· First prize: 2x VIP tickets to Belgian Grand Prix Sunday 28th August 2016 at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. 
· Second prize: 2x VIP tickets to Belgian Grand Prix Trials on Saturday 27th August 2016 at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. 

The VIP access includes:
– Exclusive behind the scenes access to the infamous Paddock area, hosted by the Manor Racing team.
– The chance to meet the drivers and get up and close to the cars in the garage
– Listening to the live radio communications
– First class hospitality, including food and Daffy’s gin.

· Prize is non-transferrable. Prize winner and guest must be over 18
· Prizes are valid on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August 2016 only and non-transferable to other F1 race dates. 
· Transport to and from the Spa-Francorchamps circuit is not included in the prize. Winners will be required to make own travel arrangements. 
· Accommodation, travel and expenses are not included in the prize
· Both first and second prizes included 2x tickets to the Daffy’s Gin Manor Racing F1 after-party on Saturday 27 August at [Location tbc], [time tbc]

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