The Singapore Formula One Grand Prix 2017 is now less than 2 months away!

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Happening from 15 – 17 September, this year, we will be welcoming an even more star-studded line-up of musicians onto our shores, including the likes of Calvin Harris, Ariana Grande and The Chainsmokers. And of course, we cannot wait for the main event – all the action, intensity and drama, watching the drivers whiz down the tracks, fighting it out for the top spot.

Always wanted to meet your favourite drivers in person?

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Fans of Red Bull Racing Formula One Team drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen can win a meet and greet session with the two drivers, as well as Red Bull Racing merchandise, just by participating in one simple challenge – figure out the 4 Singlish words the duo are attempting to figure out.

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If you’re a Singaporean through and through, this will be a cinch for you!

To win the chance to get up close and personal with these drivers, all you have to do is hop on over to Red Bull’s Official Facebook Page, watch the video, figure out the Singlish words the boys are trying to figure out, and then go on over to http://redbull.sg/sggp and state why you want to meet them. Be sure to attach your proof of purchase, and you may just be one of the 3 lucky winners who will be get to meet these drivers in the flesh!

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Red Bull Racing merchandise will also be up for grabs during this period, with winners selected weekly!

This contest runs from now to 3 September 2017, so be sure to take part anytime from now till then.

With that, may the biggest (and most kiasu) fan win!

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