It’s F1 weekend in Abu Dhabi and, with only three races to go in the 2012 season, two drivers are vying for the top spot.
In the left corner, hailing from Germany and the reigning 2011 champion, is Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel.
And in the right corner, coming from Spain and racing hard for his third title, is Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso.
Want to show your support for your favourite? Download a mask and sse our handy guide to put the best face forward at the track!
How to -
Paste a piece of carboard under the head to make your mask stiffer. Grab a pair of scissors (but if you’re under 10 years old, please ask an adult for help) and cut around the white outline of the head.
Don’t forget to cut out the white eyeholes or you may find yourself wandering aimlessly onto the track!
If you’d like to wear your mask hands free, you’ll need some sort of string. First you should punch out the small white holes on either side of the face. Then you should measure the string around your head, leaving an extra inch or two to tie the string in the holes.
You can also paste a lolly stick to the back of the head if you would rather use the mask like you’re at a masquerade ball. It can also be repurposed as a hand fan if you’re feeling a bit hot.