The grand prix season is nearly
upon us and petrol heads all over the world are revving up, ready for the
This year, returning legend Michael
Schumacher battles with the likes of Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Reubens
Barrichello for the coveted title. It’s going to be glorious, fizzing stuff.
Highlight of the calendar is the
Monaco Grand Prix, held mid-May round the road track of Monte Carlo. It’s the
most challenging and therefore the most satisfyingly hard-fought circuit
And you could be there this year
watching in person along with a guest of your choice.
The Journal, British Airways and
Johnnie Walker have got together to offer this magnificent opportunity to go
and watch the action live in Monte
The unprecedented prize comprises a
pair of return tickets to Nice in France courtesy of British Airways,
accommodation for three nights at Best Western Hotel de Madrid in Nice between
15 and 17 May, 2010 and return travel to Monaco from Nice plus tickets to watch
the grand prix courtesy of Johnnie Walker.
Anne Mason, Marketing Supervisor of
Cayman Free Press, said that this is an unbelievable opportunity to win a fabulous
“This is has got to be one of the
most exciting competitions we have done here at Cayman Free Press. It is a once
in a lifetime opportunity to see the most famous Grand Prix race of the Formula
1 calendar and to also see one of the truly most beautiful parts of Europe.
“The Journal is again glad to get
on board with British Airways and Johnnie Walker to run this truly amazing
competition,” she gushed.
The competition can be entered
online by entering all required fields and questions on the official entry form
and it is open until midnight on Sunday 18 April.
The winner of the competition will
be drawn on Monday, 19 April.
The winner must be able to travel
on the outbound flight to London Heathrow from Grand
Cayman on Wednesday 5 May 2010 and return from Heathrow to Cayman
on Wednesday 19 May, 2010.
Barnaby Richardson is the marketing
manager for Jacques Scott & Company, which distributes Johnnie Walker in
the Cayman Islands.
“Johnnie Walker is the proud
sponsor of leading Formula One race team, McLaren, now featuring two world
champions. Johnnie Walker stands for personal progress and we are excited to
offer, in conjunction with British Airways and the Journal, the amazing opportunity
to watch the world’s best drivers doing what they do best in Monaco.
“Keep Walking!” he added.
Adrian Barton, District Manager of
British Airways for Bahamas, Cayman Islands and Turks and Caicos Islands said
that BA was very happy to be part of offering such a massive prize.
”We’re really excited about
supporting this competition and giving the lucky winner what could be the dream
of a lifetime. The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the highlights of the F1 season
and British Airways looks forward to welcoming the winner on board,” he said.
The competition is open to any
person 18 years of age or over. Only one entry per email address is allowed.
Cayman Free Press, British Airways
and Jacques Scott employees or their immediate family are not eligible to
Cayman Free Press makes no
representations or warranties and there are no conditions or any kind, express
or implied, with respect to the prize offered through this British Airways,
Johnnie Walker and Journal Competition.