Writer: Site Staff
Date:Friday March 25 2011
(Last plug for Vital F1... honest!)
Following the launch of Vital F1 last month, we would like to announce our new just-for-fun prediction competition.
It's a very simple game so hopefully we can get a quite a few of us playing!
For every race you select two drivers who will score you points.
Every race has its own individual thread so predictions will only be taken from these threads on our Prediction Competition Forum.
To post you will need to Join Vital F1
It's easy to join up and join in on VitalF1.com, simply click the link and register a username.
If you are already a member of Vital Football, your logins will automatically work on VitalF1.com!
Full details: www.vitalf1.com
With the season starting this weekend, don`t forget, join in and help us make the Vital F1 site a success!
Roll up, roll up. Following the runaway success of the massive independent football network Vital Football, we are now launching Vital F1.
Based on the same principals, fan driven content and interaction, we call upon you to join up and join in.
You can submit articles to become a guest writer for the website, suggest polls to get the debate going and then leave article comments to discuss all the latest news on VitalF1.com.
Why not join us on the forums as well, they`ll obviously start off slow but with your interaction will soon build. This is your site, much like the massive football sites, it is all set up for you now to impose the personality on the site and we`ll soon have a fun and one of the most vibrant fans sites for F1.
On VitalF1.com we currently have four forums for news, discussion, competitions and everything else in between.
So join up and join in and keep us company through the pre-season build up and obviously throughout what is sure to be another blockbuster season of F1 racing.
Vital is run by fans for fans. We aren`t backed by cynical large media companies exploiting the fans, we run on a passion for sport.
Join us... you`ll not regret it!
If you are a member of Vital Football, your logins will work on VitalF1.com (and if you join Vital F1 and wish, you`ll also be able to comment on the footie sites, which are well worth a visit!)
Date:Friday March 25 2011
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