RM Sotheby’s will stage an Online Only charitable auction featuring 60 lots donated by members of the FIA motorsports community with the funds raised going to the Red Cross and Red Crescent societies for coronavirus response programs.
The FIA Foundation has seeded the sale with a donation of €1 million ($1.113 million).
Early donations to the docket include a racing suit worn by multi-time Le Mans winner Tom Kristensen, the helmet and suit worn by Damon Hill when he won the 1995 Australian Grand Prix, a racing suit from Scuderia Ferrari worn in his first victory by Charles Leclerc as well as the suit worn by Sebastian Vettel in his most recent victory, in 2019 at Singapore.
Scuderia Ferrari also is offering a day in the team’s driving simulator as an item up for bidding.
Also on the docket are two sets of suits, gloves and boots signed by Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1.
Toyota Gazoo Racing has donated a TF109 car, chassis 01, which was used in testing at a variety of tracks and also was used by Pirelli for tire testing.
Bidding begins June 15 and ends June 22.
For more information, visit the RM Sotheby’s website.