Five years on, and Red Bull Racing has announced that it will reprise its ‘Faces for Charity’ livery scheme for this year’s British Grand Prix, where F1 fans can have the opportunity to get their face on a Formula 1 car.
The Milton Keynes team ran the scheme will great success at the 2007 British Grand Prix, raising funds for the Wings for Life spinal cord injury research charity co-founded by Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz.
For just a €15 donation, your photo can be added to the 25,000 that will adorn the Red Bull RB8s driven by reigning champion Sebastian Vettel and team-mate Mark Webber.
To take part, visit the Faces For Charity website.
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