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Sky is giving one lucky customer the opportunity to win an unforgettable trip to the Japanese Grand Prix this autumn.

The TV and broadband provider is giving away two Grandstand tickets for the Suzuka race on October 7th, with travel and accommodation included.

The winner and their guest will be at the heart of the action for the 15th race of the 2012 season - and what a year it is turning out to be.

F1 saw an unprecedented seven winners in the first seven races of the year, with racing fans able to watch the action on the new Sky Sports F1 HD channel.

Sky is broadcasting each of 20 races on the 2012 calendar live on satellite TV, after reaching an agreement with previous rights holder the BBC.

Broadband and TV subscribers can enter the prize draw by logging into their account via the Rewards page on the Sky website.

In order to be eligible to win, entrants must be available to travel to Japan on October 3rd, returning on October 8th.

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