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Challenge for pole position

Get on to the grid for the second (and final) lap of our Norwich Union/Scalextric comp etition. Norwich Union is offering Money Marketing readers the chance to win one of 10 Scalextric sets to celebrate its new Managed Portfolio.

The set includes a oval-shaped circuit, two ground- hugging Magnatraction cars – a Ferrari and a Williams Renault – and a Pole Position Sound Control Centre which counts laps, registers the winner and provides crowd noise. For a chance to win these great sets, fax the correct answers to the three questions asked last week plus the three questions below.

1. What nationality is Ferrari&#39s former world champion Michael Schumacher?

a: Austrian

b: Swiss

c: German

2. At what circuit is the British Grand Prix held?

a: Silverstone

b: Snetterton

c: Brand&#39s Hatch

3. Which team does David Coulthard currently drive for?

a: Tyrell

b: Sauber

c: McLaren

Fax your answers, together with your name, address and phone number, to IFA first Scalextric Competition, c/o Rob Davies on 01603 684906 to arrive no later than Monday, November 17. Usual competition rules apply.

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