A helmet and overalls given by Damon Hill was among the celebrity a lot by increasing 33,000 from the FIA’s Race Against COVID online auction that came to a close now.
A succession of lots donated by drivers, clubs and other automobile sporting insiders were offered through RM Sotheby’s assistance from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. The FIA has given $1m into the organisation before the auction.
Hill personally given the helmet and overalls he wore when he won the 1995 Australian GP, and also the twin bunch attained a greater cost than anything associated with some current driver, opting to an outstanding #33,000.
Other costs represented the drawing power of the celebrities of the present production, together with Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc things all reaching remarkable sums.
A suit, gloves and gloves employed by Hamilton in 2019 and given by his own Mercedes team increased #26,000. The maximum price achieved with a suit-only whole lot was 25,000 for the one worn by Leclerc in the 2019 Belgian GP which was awarded by Ferrari. A Max Verstappen lawsuit, boots and rear wing endplate out of Red Bull created #23,000.
Other high prices achieved were Ferrari race suits( such as #19,500 to get a 2019 Sebastian Vettel instance (sold using a rear wing endplate), #13,000 for Fernando Alonso, and Number 12,000 for Kimi Raikkonen.
A very uncommon 1980 Essex Lotus-liveried lawsuit donated by Nigel Mansell and utilized on his first grand prix weekend also went for #12,000.
The maximum cost increased by any product was 55,000 to get a 2009 McLaren MP4-24 reveal auto, completed from the 2015 livery of MP4-31 and given by the group.
An 60% scale case of Paul Oz’s bronze statue of Ayrton Senna seated at a driving position, called Eau Rouge, increased 40,000.