Take part in a free simulator challenge at this Abu Dhabi hotel to win the ultimate F1 weekend!

It is a completely free experience and no registration is required as long as participants are Marriott, SPG & Ritz Carlton rewards members

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The Village at Le Meridien Abu Dhabi together with the Marriott Rewards, SPG and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards loyalty programmes is giving members an opportunity to win the ultimate F1 weekend. 

It is a completely free experience and no registration is required as long as participants are Marriott, SPG & Ritz-Carlton rewards members. 

To win, participants need to beat the lap times and refuel at The Village with a special 20% discount on food and beverages.

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The fastest lap time will win an exciting F1 Experience and even go head to head against F1 driver Valtteri Bottas in the simulator challenge. 

The first place wins a weekend experience that includes access for two to the driver event at Yas Hotel where the winner of the challenge will race against Valtteri Bottas in the simulators. They also win access for two to the Amber Lounge Party on Sunday,  November 25, and brunch for two at The St. Regis Hotel, Saadiyat Island on Sunday November 25, and a three-night stay at Aloft Abu Dhabi along with two Grandstand Tickets for Saturday, November 24 and Sunday, November 25.

The second and third place winners get access to the driver event at Yas Hotel. Fourth and fifth place win a miniature replica of Lewis Hamilton's helmet and sixth to tenth position win 50,000 reward points. 

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