In celebration of the Proton and Lotus Renault Grand Prix (LRGP) collaboration which is competing in the current season of the FIA Formula One World Championship, Proton is launching an online competition - the Grand Prix VIP Challenge - with the opportunity to win an all-expenses paid trip for two to watch the Brazilian Grand Prix in Sao Paulo between 25th and 27th November 2011.
The competition is on now and open to motorists who service a Proton before 15th October 2011.
Alongside the main prize, Proton is also offering the chance to win two iPad 2 and 50 other prizes each month until 15th October 2011 for existing and potential customers worldwide who partake in the global online competition.
Entrants can take part by visiting Proton's website and answering five random questions about Proton, Lotus or LRGP in the fastest time to win monthly prizes. More than 90 Proton dealerships across the UK are involved in the competition for customers who service their Proton during the period, where they will be presented with a scratchcard awarding them with additional chances of winning by improving on their previous score.
The contest is being run in 21 countries: Australia, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Indonesia, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Oman, Mauritius, South Africa, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.
"Our association with Lotus Renault Grand Prix (LRGP) provides us with a unique way of sharing our excitement with our existing and potential customers. Above all, it allows us to express our gratitude for the continued and growing support as well as acceptance the brand has received worldwide," said PROTON Holdings Berhad Group Managing Director Dato' Seri Haji Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir.
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