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Your chance to WIN with the RAC Derby

You could be tossing the coin to kick off the 50th RAC Derby! - Fremantle,Fremantle Dockers,AFL,Western Derby,Optus Stadium
You could be tossing the coin to kick off the 50th RAC Derby!


RAC has joined forces with the Fremantle Dockers and West Coast Eagles to promote road safety.

RAC is passionate about sport in WA but they are even more passionate about saving lives on WA roads adn want everyone to get home safely.

The RAC Derby is a great platform to start a conversation with football fans and their families about the deadly impact driver distraction and inattention has on our community.

Driver distraction is one of the leading causes of deaths and serious injuries on our roads and WA currently holds the unenviable position of the worst road fatality rate of any mainland State in Australia.

Reading a text while driving is the equivalent of driving 100km/h through Optus Stadium blindfolded. Tragically using a mobile phone behind the wheel is an act which 80 per cent of WA drivers admit to doing, despite 9 in 10 labelling it as risky.

With support from the Fremantle Dockers and West Coast Eagles, the RAC Derby will allow road safety awareness to be taken directly to more than 120,000 spectators each year.

Member competition

Show us your passion for the game and staying safe on the roads and you could win an amazing once in a lifetime opportunity at the 50th RAC Derby. Simply fill in your details and quiz questions here. The questions will test your knowledge on both footy and road safety. (Hint: Need to brush up on your road safety knowledge? Check out our RAC Derby page for some helpful clues.)

One lucky RAC member will win:

  • 4 x tickets to the RAC Derby (Saturday 6 July)
  • Toss the coin to kick off the 50th RAC Derby
  • If your team wins the game you will also present the RAC Derby trophy to your team's captain
  • A signed merchandise pack for your team

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The views in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of the AFL or its clubs