Red Bull Racing will auction off a selection of racing memorabilia from the 2011 season to raise funds for its sister charity, Wings For Life.
The lot includes an assortment of items, with the most high-profile being a race helmet worn by Mark Webber and the race suit worn by Sebastian Vettel in which he won the European Grand Prix.
Other items include a pair of Vettel’s racing boots worn during the Australian Grand Prix, a podium watch he received from the Turkish Grand Prix, and a pair of Prada sunglasses worn by Webber during the British Grand Prix.
The Wings for Life charity is co-founded by Red Bull co-owner Dietrich Mateschitz, and it aims to research cures for spinal cord injuries.
To visit the Wings for Life website to learn more about the auction, or to make a donation, click here.
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