Mark Webber took time out of his pre-race build-up to be the first driver this year to unveil the first work of art in the ‘F1 Art Project’. The Australian unveiled the artwork with Victorian premier Ted Baillieu, and Australian Grand Prix Corporation lead figures Ron Walker and Andrew Westacott.
The ‘F1 Art’ project was commissioned by F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone, and has been created as part of a collaboration between Formula One Management and British artist Mark Dickens.
At each event this year (with the exception of the United States Grand Prix), a special artwork will be presented, which will convey the essence of the sport at the preceding year’s race.
What did you think of the Australian artwork?
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