Win Tickets To The Zoom F1 Charity Auction
ZOOM is an amazing new charity project in aid of the renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital and is a MUST SEE for fans of Formula 1.
Formula One's drivers and team principals past and present have donated photos from their own personal photo-albums to a brand new auction of 50 images which essentially allows you "backstage" in the world of F1, with photos ranging from the pre-race pit to glimpses of a racing driver's personal life.
Some of the extraordinary highlights of the collection include Lewis Hamilton’s ‘driver’s eye’ view from the cockpit of his car at the pits at Spa-Francorchamps, Sebastian Vettel’s favourite Alpine scene and Bruno Senna’s beach paradise.
Every image has been signed by the contributor and will be auctioned by renowned motorsport auction specialists, Coys (www.coys.co.uk). Proceeds will go to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One Group Chief Executive, said: "The auction is a super idea. It will hopefully raise a lot of money for the hospital and the teams will get coverage.”
The Zoom auction includes images taken by some of F1’s biggest names including:
Paul Di Resta
Pedro de la Rosa
Sir Frank Williams
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Zoom will be held at the Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour - London's only five-star, luxury all-suite hotel - on 14 September. More details on how you can bid for the items - even if you can't make the auction - will be revealed next week.
We have a few pairs of tickets to give away to this exclusive, star-studded auction where you could be rubbing shoulders with some of the most famous drivers of all time.
If you want to be in with a chance of winning one of the pairs of tickets all you need to do is fill in the form below and hit submit to go into a prize draw.