Be in with a chance of winning a Tissot watch by guessing the MotoGP™ pole time in Qatar and beyond
After a brilliant debut year, MotoGP™ Predictor returns for the 2022 season ahead of the Grand Prix of Qatar. The game, which attracted thousands of entries last season, sees players try to guess the pole position lap time at each grand Prix before Qualifying 2 begins, with some incredible prizes up for grabs!
MotoGP™ Predictor returns for 2022!
So, how does it work? 100 points will be awarded if you guess the pole position time to the exact three decimal point. For example, if you guess the 2022 Qatar GP pole will be 1:52.772– Francesco Bagnaia’s (Ducati Lenovo Team) 2021 pole time – and it’s exactly that, you’ll get 100 points. Get within 250 thousandths either way and you’ll earn 60 points, 40 points if you’re within half a second, and 20 points if you’re more than a second away.
Tissot will be handing out a signed watch by the polesitter at every Grand Prix to the player who has the closest predicted time. If there is a tie, players will be drawn out of a hat to see who claims the prize. Then, at the end of the season, there are some amazing prizes handed out to the top three layers. First prize sees the winner take home two VIP Village™ passes plus a hotel stay for a Grand Prix. Second and third will collect a Tissot T-Touch Connect Solar and a limited edition Tissot T-Race MotoGP™ Chronograph respectively.
If you want to be in with a chance to win, you can play HERE!
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