Competition: As F1 drivers offer images for the fifth Zoom auction, win a copy of the 2016 edition
[THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED] Formula 1 drivers and team principals have again offered their best photographic efforts to raise money for charit...
[THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED] Formula 1 drivers and team principals have again offered their best photographic efforts to raise money for charity at the Zoom auction event.
The initiative, which is now in its fifth year, will auction the images on behalf of the Starlight Children’s Foundation and offers a snapshot into the lives and interests of F1 racers, and those of their team bosses, as the series of signed pictures were taken by all of the drivers from the 2016 season.
Lewis Hamilton’s 2017 submission is a photo of the sun setting over the paradise islands of Turks and Caicos, Max Verstappen took a snap of his training views over Monaco, Felipe Massa presents a selfie with Jenson Button that he took at Monza last season, and Carlos Sainz offers a picture of two playful meerkats.
The prints provided by all of the F1 drivers and team bosses will be auctioned off by Coys in the ballroom at the InterContinental Park Lane hotel in London on 3 February.
Here are some of the images:
For you chance to win one of two 2016 Zoom photography books, simply leave your name in the Comments section below and we will pick 2 winners at random at 5pm on 13 January 2017, which is when the competition will close.The winner will be informed by email, so please make sure to leave a valid current email address with your entry. Only one entry per person please.
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