A host of F1-related items have been included in a silent auction organised by the Grand Prix Trust, the proceeds of which will be used to help the registered charity continue their invaluable work.
Over the last three decades, the Grand Prix Trust has supported F1’s trackside and factory-based team personnel – and others directly involved in the sport – with medical advice, financial assistance and more.
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Trustees of the organisation include F1’s Managing Director of Motorsports, Ross Brawn, who rose from apprentice mechanic to team boss during his time in the paddock, which included spells at Benetton, Ferrari, Mercedes, Honda and his own, eponymous title-winning team.
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Up for grabs in the Grand Prix Trust silent auction are F1 race weekend hospitality experiences and factory tours with several teams, various cars parts, signed race suits and merchandise, and much, much more.
There is also a separate prize draw, limited to 10,000 tickets priced at £20 each, which will see two lucky winners each win 2x F1 guest paddock passes for the Saturday of the 2023 British Grand Prix – including a visit to a team garage and motorhome, along with a paddock tour.
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Both the silent auction and prize draw are open for entries on the Grand Prix Trust website and will end on December 4, 2022 at the Autosport Awards event in London.