Global specialist recruiter Randstad is offering social care workers a chance to attend a VIP race day experience with Williams Martini Racing in Monaco.
As the official partner of the Williams Martini Racing team, Randstad has put together a prize package for two sets of winners of the competition: a VIP race day experience with Williams Martini Racing in Monaco, including flights between London Gatwick and Nice and accommodation at the Hotel Suisse Nice for 3 nights in the Mediterranean sunshine.
The 19 turn Circuit de Monaco is just 2.075 miles long, making the street circuit the shortest in this year’s championship – and one of the most prestigious races in the Formula 1™ calendar.
The winner of the competition will lap up the fantastic atmosphere as Williams’ drivers Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas who came 4th in the 2014 season, ahead of Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel, and Jenson Button – race around Monte Carlo in front of thousands of petrol heads.
“The Circuit de Monaco is one of the most prestigious races in the season’s calendar and one of the most glamorous sporting events in the world. This is a great opportunity for social care workers to get in on the action and rub shoulders with the glitterati,” said Mark Bull, UK CEO of Randstad.
“Randstad has sponsored Williams Martini Racing since 2006 because, unlike other Formula 1™ teams, Williams Martini Racing is wholly independent – they conduct almost all of their work in-house, so having the right people on board is paramount. We recognise that every member of our team has an impact on our performance, and we measure our own success on our ability to recruit the best people in the market. While it’s the drivers who are the main focus of every race, Formula 1™ remains a team sport – even during races. It’s these cultural parallels across our organisations that have helped make our partnership so enduring.”
For your chance to win, enter your details on the Randstad Facebook page or click through to https://www.randstad.co.uk/about-us/our-sponsorships/williams-martini-competition/
The competition runs from 7th April and closes 7th May 2015 at 11:59pm, and is only open to residents of Great Britain and Northern Ireland who are aged 18 or over at the point of registration on the website and such persons are eligible for the Prize.