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Competition: Win a signed Adrian Newey image from Zoom

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Competition: Win a signed Adrian Newey image from Zoom
Apr 5, 2015, 2:03 PM

[This competition is now closed.

[This competition is now closed. The winner was Darwin Jusay and the runner up was Gary Argent. Both have been informed and the prizes are on their way to them. Thanks to everyone for entering and thanks to Zoom for the prizes.]

This Easter Weekend we have a fun competition for readers, with two copies of the Zoom charity photography book published this week, containing images taken by F1 names in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

And the first prize is a signed and framed page from the book, featuring Red Bull design genius Adrian Newey's own photo of his garage at home with his classic ex-Graham Hill Lotus F1 car. Newey describes the image he took as follows: "This is my garage at home, where I keep all sorts of things I have collected over the years."

There are no barriers to entry for this competition: anyone can win, anywhere in the world. All you have to do to enter is put down your name in the comments section below (NB - make sure that you have signed in with a valid email address so we can contact you if you win!)

First prize: Signed and framed Adrian Newey page from Zoom book (below), plus a copy of the book.

Second prize: A copy of the Zoom book.

The competition closes at 11-59pm UK time on Tuesday April 7. Only one entry per person.

Adrian Newey

The 124-page book was published this week and retails at £15. It includes all 52 photographs from Zoom 2015 alongside descriptions of each image in the photographer’s own words.

One of the Zoom project's key supporters is Bernie Ecclestone, who channels much of his charity activity around F1 to Great Ormond Street. “It has all been done for a wonderful cause,” he says. “You are getting a glimpse into a side of F1 that isn’t shown on television and as you will see, it isn’t all about fast cars and champagne.”

The Zoom concept sees F1 figures taking a photo of something from their lives, a favourite holiday spot, their dogs, whatever appeals to them. The images are signed and framed and then auctioned off for Great Ormond Street.

For more details about the Zoom book click this link Zoom 2015 Book

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