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Baku City Circuit announces “Journalists’ eyes on Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe” contest

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Baku, March 15, AZERTAC

Baku City Circuit has announced “Journalists’ eyes on Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe” contest.

The Journalists’ eyes on Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe is a great opportunity for journalists to raise awareness about the most extensive and the most elite motorsports.

Journalists are invited to enter the Contest with articles on the themes, share their experiences and help promote an understanding of Formula 1 motorsports culture.

The Contest, is a great platform for journalists to show their articles, which will inspire families, business community, potential athletes, engineering students, scientists, decision-makers, art people and others around the country to engage with this mega sports event which is about to take place in Azerbaijan for the next 5 years.

The Contest is open to all journalists working and residing in Azerbaijan. Entrants must be aged 21 or above at the time of entry.

Articles must be written either in Azerbaijani, English or Russian. The length of articles should be within the word count range of 400-600.

Competition themes are Baku City Circuit ,Turns & tribunes, Race Readiness, Teams, Pilots & Celebrities, Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe Ambassadors, Formula 1 Grand Prix Host City Advantages.

Deadline for submitting articles is 15 April 2016. Following a careful evaluation of the submissions by the selection board, the winners will be announced on 22 April 2016.

To join the competition journalists are required to submit the electronic copy of the published article (scanned or print screen) to [email protected] by 15 April 2016 at the latest (with a subject line of “Speed race in the city of winds”).

First place winner of the article competition will get 2 complementary tickets to the sessions of the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe.

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