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F1 Charity Photo Auction - Web Exclusive

These images will then be auctioned off to benefit a London children’s hospital.

Greg Emmerson
Aug 17, 2012
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A unique exhibition is opening in London, containing more than 50 photographs taken by Drivers and Team Principals for Charity. These images will then be auctioned off to benefit a London children’s hospital.

Leading names from F1 put their photography skills to the test with the launch of Zoom. The project is in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSHCC).

For a change, the drivers and teams will be behind the lens, bringing new insight into the world of F1 through a collection of photographs taken by celebrated names from the sport.

The collection covers subjects from both racing and their personal lives. Some highlights include Lewis Hamilton’s driver’s eye view from the cockpit in the pits at Spa-Francorchamps, as well as Sebastian Vettel’s Alpine scene, and Bruno Senna’s beach image.

Every photo was signed by the contributor and will be auctioned by Coys (, with the proceeds going to GOSHCC, the official charity of the British Grand Prix. Details of the auction can be found on the website.

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