Sky is giving one lucky couple the opportunity to travel to Montreal for the 2012 staging of the Canadian Grand Prix.
The broadband provider is giving away a free pair of tickets to the race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Sunday June 10th.
Sky Sports and HD Pack subscribers have the opportunity to enter the free draw, with a superb holiday package on offer for the winner.
As well as tickets to the race, flights, transfers and six nights in a four star hotel are also included.
Flights leave on June 6th, returning on June 12th, subject to change by the airline.
"Sky Sports F1 has been at all the races so far to bring every heart-stopping start and epic finish straight to your screens," the satellite TV and broadband provider stated.
"Now you could get even closer to the action."
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is one of the more attractive on the current F1 tour, built on a partially manmade island in the Saint Lawrence River.
"It's your chance to experience this classic track yourself, from its tricky hairpin bends to its kilometre-long straight," Sky stated.
The first few races of the 2012 season have been full of excitement and upset, with different drivers - and different constructors - taking the chequered flag in each of the opening four faces.
Britain's Jenson Button brought his McLaren-Mercedes home in first place in Australia's season opener, before Ferrari's Fernando Alonso claimed a surprise win in Malaysia.
And the German contingent have dominated the last two races, with Nico Rosberg securing a first victory for Mercedes in China before world champion Sebastian Vettel opened his 2012 account in Bahrain.
Spain comes next on May 13th and Monaco is two weeks later on May 27th, before the Canadian Grand Prix is staged in Montreal on June 10th.