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Grand Prix Newspaper Spoof

€14.95
(€12.15 ex. VAT)
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380-011-PW Shortcut: 6727
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A truly novel gift, this personalised spoof newspaper cover is presented in either a tube roll or a contemporary black frame. The colourful cover comes in A3 size. You can read how the story will go underneath. To order, simply complete the personalised details and click add to cart.

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Headline: JOE BLOGGS CELEBRATES WITH ANOTHER VICTORY AT MONACO!

Sub-headline: BLOGGS leads race from Pole Position to Chequered Flag... 

Story:

As the sun rose this morning over Monte Carlo, only one man was destined to claim victory over this famous race circuit. After a gruelling two days, FIRSTNAME SURNAME had yet again won pole position over his Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso. 

Many legends have attempted before to win at this prestigious event – Senna, Prost, Stewart. Many legends have also failed. But not SURNAME. He greeted the crowds as he walked to his car; the numerous Irish flags flying above their heads. French police held back the over-enthusiastic girls from rushing to his side.

‘Not since Senna, have I seen such raw talent and genius behind the wheel,’ seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher has said about SURNAME. ‘He’s just great. It’s that simple,’ Nigel Mansell added, ‘he makes it all look so easy, effortless and even sexy. I’m glad he wasn’t around in my day’

SURNAME’s red Ferrari blazed through every chicane and turn, the crowds rising like a Mexican wave urging him on over the celebrated avenues of Monaco. Among the VIPs attending were Brad and Angelina, William and Kate and all the members of U2.

After a final flawless pit stop, SURNAME stormed back out of the pits ahead of his nearest rivals – Lewis Hamilton and Mark Webber. When he finally crossed the finishing line, SURNAME draped an Irish flag over his Ferrari and did a lap of honour. 

Who’d have guessed this man from HOMETOWN could have achieved such success and international stardom. Surely now, we will see for the first time an Irishman, FULLNAME, being crowned Formula One World Champion.