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Thunderdome Take the challenge

Win an exclusive day for you and seven of your friends at the Johnny Herbert Rockingham Experience to celebrate GE Life&#39s first anniversary.

It is a year since GE Life and National Mutual joined forces to form an enhanced and enlarged GE Life group of companies. To celebrate its first anniversary, GE Life has teamed up with the Johnny Herbert Rockingham Experience to offer one lucky race enthusiast and seven team-mates the chance to compete in the Thunderdome challenge.

You and seven of your friends, colleagues or clients will compete in 11 activities designed to test even the most accomplished driver and get the chance to take home the coveted Thunderdome challenge award.

The prize for eight people includes:

•Single seater racing

•Lotus Elise 111&#39s

•Subaru Impreza WRX STi

•Single-seater circuit

•Seat Leon Cupra R

•Karting

•Isuzu 4×4 challenge

•Two-seater passenger ride

•Single-seater auto sprint

•Skid car shootout

•Pit stop competition

Retirement specialist GE Life offers a complete range of products to those approaching, or in, retirement. These include impaired life and general annuities, Sipps and drawdown plans, equity release and structured equity products, such as growth option plans. Given the complexity of these products and the importance of matching them correctly to individual needs, GE Life sells only through independent financial advisers.

GE Life is based in Hitchin, Hertfordshire and has a staff of over 630, with sales offices in Manchester, Southampton, London, Leeds, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol, Birmingham and Belfast. It is part of one of the world&#39s biggest companies – General Electric (GE), the worldwide diversified services, technology and manufacturing company. GE, whose history dates back 125 years, has remained constant in its dedication to integrity, change and progress. From aircraft engines to medical systems, finance to plastics, television to medical imaging, the GE group comprises a number of companies which offer a range of products and services that make the world a better place. More information about GE can be found at www.ge.com

The backing of GE, with its financial strength and commitment to business integrity, means that IFAs can feel confident about offering GE Life&#39s products to their clients. GE has been rated the world&#39s most respected company for the last five years by the Financial Times and has an AAA rating from Standard & Poor&#39s.

To enter the competition, just answer the three questions on the left and email your answers with your name, address and contact telephone number to Competition.Gelife@ge.com by the closing date of Friday, April 25.

The questions

1: Rockingham is the fastest track in the UK. What is the average race speed?

a: 100mph

b: 200mph

c: 250mph

2: What was GE&#39s revenue in 2002?

a: $10.1 billion

b: $85.3 billion

c: $131.7 billion

3: How many staff are employed by GE worldwide?

a: 313,000

b: 13,000

c: 3,000

Terms and conditions

No purchase necessary.

The prize draw is open to all IFAs registered aged 18 or over who are registered with the Financial Services Authority.

It is not open to employees of Money Marketing, the GE Life group of companies and any associated companies, related parties of such employees and anyone directly connected with the competition. By entering, entrants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.

Entrants will only be entered once into the prize draw.

The entry period for the prize draw will be from 17/04/03 to 25/04/03.

The winner will be drawn at random.

GE Life will not accept responsibility for late entries or entries submitted but not received due to a technical fault.

The draw will take place on 28/04/03

The winner will be notified within 7 days of the draw by email before a confirmation letter is sent by post to the address you provide.

The prize winner and 7 guests will be responsible for their own travel arrangements to Johnny Herbert Rockingham Experience, Mitchell Road, Corby, Northants, NN17 5AF.

Johnny Herbert Rockingham Experience has liability insurance which can be purchased on the day of the event.

The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.

The name of the winner may be obtained after the closing date by writing to:

Marketing Department, GE Life, The Priory, Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG5 2DW enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope.

A condition of winning is that the winner provides consent for the use of their image in advertising promotional material or marketing campaigns, free of charge.

No other correspondence will be entered into concerning the results and the judges&#39 decision will be final.

GE Life reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions or to vary the prize at anytime, if necessary, without notice, if in our reasonable opinion events or circumstances outside our control make this advisable.

The GE Life Marketing Group consists of GE Life Limited*† (registered in England No. 777895); GE Life Fund Management Limited† (registered in England No. 3067998); GE Life Equity Release Limited (registered in England No. 1951289): all registered at Stalwart House, Station Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 1HL; and GE Pensions Limited*† (registered in England No. 04240147), registered office: Vantage West, Great West Road, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 9AG.

*Member of the Association of British Insurers. †Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. Telephone calls may be silently monitored and recorded.

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