FULL COMPETITION RULES 24h Video by LeMansLive Competition dates: June 7-18, 2015 ARTICLE 1 - ORGANISER Manufacture Française des Pneumatiques Michelin, a French limited partnership (société en commandite par actions) with registered capital of €504,000,004, whose head office is located at Place des Carmes Déchaux, 63040 Clermont-Ferrand, France (the “Organiser” and/or “Michelin”), registered with the Clermont-Ferrand Trade and Companies Registry under number 855 200 507, is organising a competition from 7-18 June, 2015, entitled “24h Video by LeMansLive” (the “Competition”) via the website http://www.24hvideo.lemanslive.com, in which participation is absolutely free and for which no purchase is necessary. ARTICLE 2 – ACCEPTANCE OF RULES By participating in the Competition, each entrant agrees unconditionally to be bound by these rules in their entirety and to comply with laws and regulations in force applicable to free competitions. ARTICLE 3 – COMPETITION ANNOUNCEMENT The Competition will be announced at: www.lemanslive.com www.best-of-rallylive.com www.michelinmotorsport.com www.autoracinglive.com www.facebook.com/michelinlemanslive www.facebook.com/motoracinglive www.facebook.com/michelinrecrutementfr www.facebook.com/bestofrallylive www.facebook.com/autoracinglive.com www.facebook.com/MichelinPassionFrance The Twitter accounts of LeMansLive, Best-of-RallyLive, Michelintyres and Michelin_sport The Organiser will also run a Google campaign to promote the Competition. ARTICLE 4 – ELIGIBILITY Participation in the Competition is open to any major natural person residing in one of the following European countries - metropolitan France (including Corsica), Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Luxemburg, Hungary, Spain, United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Spain - who benefit from an internet connection. Individuals who do not meet the above conditions or who fall into the following categories are not eligible to enter the Competition: Employees or members of the management of the Organiser having directly or indirectly contributed to administering this Competition, All persons having directly or indirectly contributed to administering this Competition, Members of the immediate or extended family of the above persons (“family” is understood to mean people living in the same household and their direct, indirect and collateral ascendants and descendants). The Organiser reserves the right to conduct any verification required to ensure eligibility or compliance with this Article and any other competition rule, in particular to prevent the participation of minors, misuse or attempted fraud. However, the Organiser has no obligation to systematically verify the eligibility of all entrants and may limit verification to potential winners. Only one entry is allowed per person having the same first and last name and Facebook ID, during the entire competition period, regardless of the number of Facebook accounts held by the individual. Individuals are not permitted to enter the Competition using another person’s account, i.e. on behalf of any third party. Any proven attempt at cheating or fraud, in particular by creating false identities in order to register more than once, may result in the entrant being formally and permanently banned from being designated as a winner or awarded any prize. Any participant who fails to comply with one of the conditions set forth in this article will be automatically excluded. Incomplete, illegible registrations or registrations that include inexact contact details will not be accepted. The Organiser reserves the right to exclude any participant who posts comments and/or tweets promoting: Discrimination, hate or violence, or that are racist, xenophobic, sexist, homophobic or revisionist in nature; Defamatory or disparaging comments; Smoking or the excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages or substances prohibited by law; Crimes or other offences, suicide or the consumption or sale of illicit substances; Off-topic comments, such as comments of a political or religious nature; Messages of a pornographic, paedophilic or violent nature, or images of nudity. Spams. ARTICLE 5 – COMPETITION PERIOD The Competition begins on at 12 noon on June 7, 2015, at the following online address: http://www.24hvideo.lemanslive.com. Participation is open until June 18, 2015, at 11:59pm. Dates and times are understood to be Central European Summer Time. During this period, the Competition will be accessible by connecting to the www.24hvideo.lemanslive.com website using a standard browser. The Competition will be accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except for scheduled and unscheduled downtime for maintenance or any other purpose, in particular, updating the database or the hosting servers. ARTICLE 6 – HOW TO PLAY To participate in the Competition, participants must connect to www.24hvideo.lemanslive.com, click on ‘register’ and fill in the entry form. All fields must be completed. To complete their registration, participants must agree to abide by the Competition’s rules by ticking the applicable box and clicking “Enter”. Participants who connect to www.24hvideo.lemanslive.com must watch videos and, for each video, carry out one of the tasks described below in order to complete a given level. After completing a level, participants will be included in a random draw to attempt to win one of the prizes listed in Article 7 of these rules. Participants will also progress to the following level. There are prizes for every level that is completed. The Competition consists in reaching a total of 24 levels. Participants may choose not to complete every level. In that case, they will only be included in the draws that correspond to the levels they have completed. Having won a prize for a given level does not exclude the participant from participating in the draws for the other levels they complete. On the Competition page, participants will be able to see the level they have reached, carry out a bonus task and see the time that remains to complete the following level. Three new levels are accessible every day on the following dates: - Sunday, June 7: 3 levels - Monday, June 8: 3 levels - Tuesday, June 9: 3 levels - Wednesday, June 10: 3 levels - Thursday, June 11: 3 levels - Friday, June 12: 3 levels - Saturday, June 13: 3 levels - Sunday, June 14: 3 levels The 24th and final level will only be accessible from 6pm on Sunday, June 14. Every day, an e-mail will be sent to participants to inform them about the new levels that are accessible and the corresponding prizes that are available. Participants who do not connect on the first day of the Competition will be able to access the levels posted prior to their first connection. For example, a participant who connects for the first time on Thursday, June 11, will have access to and will be able to complete the first 15 levels. At each level, after watching the corresponding video, participants can choose from the tasks listed below to be eligible for the draw for that level and reach the following level. Just one of these tasks has to be carried out in order to take part in the draw for the completed level and progress to the next level. 1. ‘Like’ the LeMansLive Facebook. 2. ‘Follow’ LeMansLive or Michelin_Sport on Twitter. 3. Subscribe to the Michelin Passion YouTube channel. 4. Post a Twitter: “I have just watched [video name]. Join me at [link to be provided]” along with the # and an image. 5. Post a message on Facebook: “I have just watched [video name]. Join me at [link to be provided]” along with the # and an image. Tasks 1, 2 and 3 may only be carried out once by each participant during the duration of the Competition. With regard to the Facebook and Twitter tasks, participants accept that their Facebook or Twitter be public in order to allow the Organiser to check that the task has effectively been carried out. Participants who refuse to make their profile public will not be authorised to select these tasks. 6. Answer questions relating to LeMansLive. To view the three possible answers when the question is visible, the participant must click on the link to www.lemanslive.com 7. Watch a bonus video: promotional videos of partners providing prizes (Toyota, Nissan, Porsche, HTC, Michelin). Bonus actions 1. Watch videos At each level, participants can increase their chances in the random draws by watching bonus videos. Each participant will be restricted to one hour of bonus video viewing per day. Participants will be able to increase their chances as a function of the number of minutes they spend watching videos as detailed below: 3 minutes: 1 additional chance 10 minutes: 3 additional chances 20 minutes: 6 additional chances 30 minutes: 9 additional chances 45 minutes: 12 additional chances 60 minutes: 24 additional chances. The multiplying coefficients apply throughout the Competition and can be cumulated daily. 2. Partner code The ‘partner code’ fields which appear on the registration form page allow participants to increase their chances of being drawn at each completed level by a factor of 24. This code must be provided upon the participant’s registration. Codes can be obtained from one of the following partners: Porsche, Toyota, Audi, Nissan, Aston Martin, ACO, FIA WEC, HTC, Xbox… ARTICLE 7 – PROCEDURE FOR ATTRIBUTING PRIZES For each level, a random draw will be organised to choose a winner from all the participants who completed the said level in compliance with these rules. In total, 24 random draws will be organised. All the random draws will take place on June 30, 2015. ARTICLE 8 - PRIZES The following prizes will be awarded for each level: Prizes Level 1: 10 x Michelin caps (value: €5.82*) Level 2: 1 x HTC RE camera (value: €160*) Level 3: 5 x Michelin cell-phone battery chargers (value: €13.80*) Level 4: 5 x Michelin watches (value: €19.50*) Level 5: 3 x Audi caps signed by the 2014 Le Mans winners (value: €87.00*) Level 6: 5 x Michelin USB sticks (value: €6.01*) Level 7: 5 x Michelin red guides (value: €24*) Level 8: Anthony Davidson- or Sébastien Buemi-signed race shoes (value: €295*) Level 9: 1 x Xbox 360 complete with Forza Horizon 2 (value: €240*) Level 10: 5 x Michelin sports bags (value: €22.75*) Level 11: 1 x Aston Martin Racing team jacket (value: €180*) Level 12: 5 x Michelin cell-phone battery chargers (value: €13.80*) Level 13: 10 x Michelin back bags (value: €19.20*) Level 14: 5 x Michelin USB sticks (value: €6.01*) Level 15: 1 x Aston Martin Racing team jacket (value: €180*) Level 16: 3 x Audi caps signed by the 2014 Le Mans winners (value: €87.00*) Level 17: 5 x Michelin red guides (value: €24.00*) Level 18: 1 x HTC Nexus 9 tablet (value: €349*) Level 19: 1 x Nissan tee-shirt signed by all its drivers + 1 x pair of racing gloves signed by one driver (value: €315*) Level 20: 1 x VIP Pack for two people to attend the 6 Hours of the Nürburgring, not including transport to and from the circuit (value: €1,200*) Level 21: 1 x 2014 Porsche race suit (value: €1,800*) Level 22: 1 x Xbox One + Game Pack (Forza Motorsport 5 + Forza Horizon 2 + Forza Motorsport 6 – release second half of 2015) (value: €790*) Level 23: 1 x HTC one M9 smartphone (value: €749*) Level 241 x VIP Pack for two people to attend the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours, not including transport to and from the circuit (value: €9,576*). Contents: two nights’ accommodation in a three-star hotel, Friday’s drivers’ parade followed by a gastronomic dinner, access to Michelin’s VIP trackside hospitality facility, open bar and prestige meal at the circuit, start and finish spectating from Michelin’s grandstand suite, helicopter flyover of the circuit, pits visit, visit of Michelin’s tyre workshop, tour of the circuit’s best viewing points by shuttle bus, welcome gift and transport. (*) including French value-added tax Participants will be required to pay any taxes for which, as a winner, they may be liable, under their country’s law, in relation to one or more of these prizes. All prizes are indivisible and must be accepted as described in these rules. Winners may not exchange a prize for cash or for another prize. However, the Organiser reserves the right to substitute any prizes with a prize of an equivalent value and of similar characteristics should circumstances dictate such a change. The Organiser cannot held liable for this exchange. ARTICLE 9 – SELECTION OF WINNERS Winners will be informed on June 30, 2015, by e-mail to the address indicated on the registration form. Instructions on how to claim prizes will be indicated in this e-mail. If the winner(s) does/do not answer with a period of four days (before midnight, July 4), or should their contact details be incorrect, incomplete, unreadable, fraudulent or provided in a manner that is contrary to the Rules, prizes will not be awarded to another participant. Similarly, should any winner turn down a prize, that prize will not be attributed to another participant. ARTICLE 10 – LIABILITY IN THE EVENT OF FORCE MAJEURE / EXTENSIONS OF TIME Michelin will not be held liable in the event that the Competition is modified, extended, shortened or cancelled due to an event of force majeure or another event beyond its control, in particular in the event that cheating and/or other misuse occurs during the Competition. The Organiser reserves the right to terminate this Competition without designating any winner and to award the prizes during another promotion. In all cases, Michelin reserves the right to extend, modify, shorten or cancel the competition and to postpone any announced date. The Organiser will not be held responsible for the failure to contact a winner by e-mail due to a reason beyond its control, in particular, due to a technical problem related to the Internet service provider or telephone operator or due to an error in the e-mail address provided. In this case, the winner may not claim any compensation of any nature whatsoever. Michelin will not be held liable for the inability of one or more participants to connect to the website or to participate in the Competition as a result of a technical fault or any problem related in particular to Internet traffic overload. In particular, Michelin will not be held liable for any damage caused to computer equipment or the data stored on it or any economic loss affecting a participant’s personal, professional or business activity. Events of force majeure include but are not limited to natural disasters, floods, strikes, interrupted network service, technical breakdowns, power outages, connection difficulties, loss of connection, severed connections, losses of data or other losses that affect, delay, slow or block access to the Competition page. The Organiser undertakes to take all possible steps to resolve these situations as quickly as possible. Participants may not hold the Organiser liable or claim any compensation for modifications or cancellations. ARTICLE 11 – PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION Michelin is responsible for processing personal data for the purpose of administering a free Competition for which no purchase is necessary. These personal data are to be used by Michelin or any service provider appointed to administer the Competition. Pursuant to the French Data Protection Act dated January 6, 1978, as amended, participants in this Competition have the right to access, correct, delete or oppose the use of their personal data. They may exercise these rights by writing to the following address: Michelin Compétition – Adrien Perrier-Cussac – 36 rue du Clos Four – 63100 Clermont-Ferrand – France. Participants must share their personal data in order to participate in the Competition. Consequently, participants who request the deletion of their personal data before the end of the Competition will be deemed to have withdrawn their participation. ARTICLE 12 – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS In accordance with the laws governing literary, artistic and industrial property rights in France, the reproduction, representation or use of all or part of any component of this Competition is strictly prohibited. The brands named in connection with the Competition are trademarks registered by their respective owners. ARTICLE 13 - REIMBURSEMENT The participant is responsible for any costs for which reimbursement is not expressly provided for in this article. Participants may request the reimbursement of the Internet connection costs incurred to participate in the Competition. Only one reimbursement will be made per person and per request during the entire period of the promotion. To obtain reimbursement, the participant must make a written request: No later than one month after the Competition end date; Including the participant’s full address and bank account information required to receive a payment by bank transfer; Mailed to Michelin Compétition – Adrien Perrier-Cussac – 36 rue du Clos Four – 63100 Clermont-Ferrand – France; Indicating the dates and times of connection; With an enclosed copy of the detailed invoice from the telephone operator and/or Internet service provider. The amount of the reimbursement for participation costs is a flat rate representing a threeminute Internet connection, which is more than the time required to register, read the rules and take note of the conditions regarding personal data protection and participating in the Competition. No reimbursement is made if the participant’s Internet service provider includes free telephone connections with its service. The cost of the postage required to mail the request for reimbursement of connection costs is also reimbursed, based on the second-class postage rate in force, which is €0.60 (tax included) for a letter sent in France. For international mail, the amount of the reimbursement for postage is €0.77 (tax included). For a request from France, the total amount reimbursed is therefore €1.23 (tax included), which includes connection costs of €0.21 (tax included) per minute for up to three minutes, plus €0.60 postage (tax included). Reimbursements will be made by cheque or by bank transfer, at the discretion of Michelin. ARTICLE 14 – FILING AND COPIES OF THESE RULES The complete rules for this Competition have been filed with Christophe Pelissier, 16 rue Rameau, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand, France. The complete rules may be viewed, downloaded or printed free of charge at http://www.24hvideo.lemanslive.com for the duration of the Competition period. Should a difference between the version lodged with the above person differ from the version available online, the version lodged with the above person will be deemed to be the eligible version. ARTICLE 14 – APPLICABLE LAW This Competition and these rules are governed by French law. If a conflict exists between the French version and a translation produced in another language, the French version takes precedence. Disputes over the interpretation of these rules or cases not covered by these rules will be settled by a jury designated by the Organiser. Any request regarding the interpretation of these rules must be made in writing. The Organiser will not respond to requests regarding the interpretation of these rules received more than fifteen (15) days after the end of the Competition. Any interpretation issue or other dispute that remains unresolved will as a last resort be referred to the Courts of Clermont-Ferrand (France), which have exclusive jurisdiction under French law.
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