Randstad launches Randstad F1 Challenge an online game to engage F1 fans across India
Randstad is an official partner of the Formula One racing team Williams F1, which counts Bruno Senna the nephew of three-time world champion Ayrton Senna and Pastor Maldonado as its drivers.
The exciting game involves taking control of a virtual Randstad Formula One racing car, and recording the fastest lap times using arrow controls on the keyboard to steer the car over three laps. Exciting visuals, steering and acceleration controls and competing cars make the interactive game a thrilling experience for participants. Top three participants recording the fastest lap time stand a chance to win 3 Grand Stand tickets to the 2012 Formula One Indian Grand Prix on 28th October 2012 at New Delhi. The all expenses paid trip will include travel, accommodation and exclusive grand stand tickets to watch the enthralling sport up close. In addition to this, there are opportunities for participants to win exciting Formula 1 merchandise.
Speaking on the partnership, E.Balaji, MD & CEO of Randstad India said that “Randstad’s core value of striving for perfection resonates with the Formula One sport where success requires the commitment of a talented team performing at the best of their ability. Our partnership with the Williams F1 team enables Randstad to support a team we believe in and also to provide opportunities for our clients, candidates and our employees to experience the sport.”
The Randstad F1 Challenge game will now bring the fans of the sport, one step closer to the most exciting game in the world. To participate one has to simply log onto the website http://www.randstad.in/formula1.aspx before 20th Oct 2012, register their name and email address to start racing their car.
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