Race Formula 1 Simulators @ NATAS Holidays 2010

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Etihad Airways has flown two Formula 1 simulators of the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prixs Yas Marina circuit to Singapore.

People in Singapore will have the opportunity to experience the simulators as part of the Etihad F1 Racing Competition during NATAS Holidays 2010, Singapores largest travel fair being held at Singapore Expo Halls 3B, 4 & 5 from 27 to 29 August 2010.

Interested visitors, aged 18 years and above, can experience Etihads F1 simulators by registering with Etihad Airways at the Etihad booth 5H20.

 Registration will close after the daily quota of participants has been met. NATAS visitors who have registered after the quota has been met, will be waitlisted. Waitlisted visitors can only participate when a vacancy becomes available as a result of the withdrawal or disqualification of earlier confirmed participants.

 The registered visitor will race in the F1 Simulator for 3 consecutive laps on the Abu Dhabi F1 circuit.

 The competition will run from:

a) Friday, 27 Aug, from 1pm to 9pm
b) Saturday, 28 August, from 11am to 9pm
c) Sunday, 29 August, from 11am to 9pm

 There will be two Pit Stop breaks each day and the top three fastest drivers for each day will win prizes. The overall fastest driver at the end of the three-day long competition will be declared the overall winner and will win a bonus prize. Terms and conditions apply.

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