Our 2015 Monaco F1 Grand Prix winner, Mr Marek Z. from Poland, recently contacted the PlayHugeLottos team and told us all about his fantastic VIP trip to the Monaco F1 Grand Prix.
Mr Marek and his partner returned from Monaco and told us that they had the time of the lives, enjoying all the glitz and glamour that comes from experiencing the Monaco F1 Grand Prix live.
Mr Marek has this to say about his adrenalin fuelled Monaco F1 Grand Prix trip:
“It was a fantastic weekend. Thank you very much for those unforgettable moments, for the excellent organisation and a unique experience. The Riviera definitely deserves its amazing reputation, and I am convinced that this was not our last visit on the Cote d'Azur. We were pampered the entire weekend, starting from helicopter flight, meeting with the legendary F1 GP qualifiers and the race itself viewed from a yacht. During both the qualifying and the actual race, we had the opportunity to watch at the most spectacular area: right in in front of the "hair-pin" and chicane. Amazing! Plus, it was Monaco GP! ... Amazing how much different GP watch live and on TV. Thank you very much!”
Mr Marek sent us a few amazing photos that he took at the F1 Grand Prix in Monaco:
Let’s take a quick recap of the 2015 Monaco F1 Grand Prix competition VIP prize package they the lucky winners, Mr Marek Z. and his partner enjoyed:
- Arrival helicopter transfers into Monaco from Nice
- Transfers from the heliport to the Hotel
- 4 nights at the Royal Riviera Hotel in a Twin/Double Superior Room with breakfast
- Friday evening drinks reception with F1 legends including transfers to the Hotel de Paris. Free time in Monaco afterwards before own transportation back to the Hotel
- Transfers on Saturday and Sunday from/to the Royal Riviera
- Saturday Qualifying viewing from the Fairmont VIP Suite overlooking the hairpin with full hospitality
- Sunday race viewing a Tri-deck trackside yacht from the Chicane (just after the Tunnel) to Tabac. With full hospitality
- Departure transfers from the Hotel to the heliport
- Departure helicopter transfers from Monaco to Nice
- Staff on the ground for assistance if required
As you can see, the prize package without a doubt exudes the 'lottery lifestyle' at its best. If you too would love to experience the thrill and excitement that comes from being live on the pit lane, then stay tuned to next year’s 2016 Monaco F1 Grand Prix competition, and who knows it could be you that wins podium in so many ways.
2015 Monaco F1 Grand Prix Race Day
Nico Rosberg won the Monaco Grand Prix for the third time in row, but there are many fans who say that it was only due to a poor team strategy that cost Lewis Hamilton a chance of victory.
F1 fans will have a hard time forgetting that Hamilton had a 21-second lead when he was called into the pits by his team Mercedes. They called Lewis in believing he had enough time to change to a fresh set of tyres, because Max Verstappen the 17 year old rookie, hit the back of Romain Grosjean’s Lotus at Turn 1 then ploughed on into the crash barrier leading to the Virtual Safety Car being implemented and thereafter changing to the full Safety Car.
Unfortunately, Hamilton came out behind Rosberg and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, who finished second due to the major faux pas from the Mercedes team. Third place was not where Lewis wanted to be and he looked visibly depressed at the presentation podium but contained himself well and shook hands with Nico.
Teenage Verstappen learned a valuable lesson at Monaco that he says he will not repeat ever again. Although he was penalised with a five place penalty for the next race in Montreal, Canada, a huge number of fans on social media put the blame on Grosjean saying he braked too soon causing the crash.
It was a move that had major consequences at the front of the field due to the strategy error by Mercedes. As Lewis pulled out of the pits after his tyre change, Rosberg and Vettel, who didn’t change their tyres, were in front as Lewis joined the track leaving him in third position.
They say it was due a software glitch from the GPS that didn’t work too well at Monaco. No member of the team was reprimanded and Lewis accepted the situation with no hard feelings to anyone.
Alonso, also had a disappointing start. Even though he looked on course for a finish in the points here, he had an electrical failure which saw him pull up the car at Turn 1, and subsequently had to withdraw from the race.
Hamilton battled hard in the latter stages on a fresher set of tyres, but he could not overtake Vettel and Rosberg given the distance of the chequered flag.
F1 Grand Prix fans will once again be glued to their seats this weekend to see who takes the chequered flag in Canada.
Stay tuned for more exciting competitions right here at PlayHugeLottos. If your dream is to experience the thrill of a F1 Grand Prix and you just can’t wait until our 2016 Monaco F1 Grand Prix, then play this Friday’s guaranteed €100 million EuroMillions Superdraw! €100 million will definitely be enough to live a life filled with pure unadulterated luxury!
We would once again like to thank everyone who entered our annual Monaco F1 Grand Prix competition and remember – this time next year, it could be you and your partner flying off to Monaco!