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Red Bull gives EG slot at this year's Gridsters

Competition at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed to send winner to Abu Dhabi GP.

Red Bull's been kind enough to offer Eurogamer reader's a guaranteed spot on its forthcoming Gridsters competition, an event that's taking place over the Goodwood Festival of Speed from June 28 to July 1 and that will send the winner packing off to the Abu Dhabi GP later this year.

All of which may sound familiar as we wrote about it yesterday - but here's a quick recap. To enter, head to Gridsters' official site and submit a video that outlines your abilities at any contemporary racing game. From there 16 people will make their way to finals that will be taking place across Gran Turismo 5, Forza 4 and F1 2011, and F1 drivers Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber and Daniel Riccardio will be at the event to lend a little advice. And hey, if you win you could always go pointing your finger at Vettel to see how he likes it.

If you're submitting an entry over the next few days, simply write 'EUROGAMER' in the promotional box - and one of our readers is now guaranteed a slot among the final 16.

If you make it through there'll be a fair few distractions in between the racing. The theme of this year's festival is 'Young Guns', and there'll be a generous amount of F1 machinery on display from past and present, as well as a fair number of drivers. Alain Prost will be taking to the hill in his Renault RE40, Andy Wallace will be driving the Jaguar XJR9LM and there'll be plenty of other action. Lotus is also celebrating a handful of anniversaries this year, and they'll be doing so by driving some of the Norfolk marque's classic machinery into an effigy of Danny Bahar at speed.

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