The second annual Zoom charity auction is set to take place early next month as the biggest names in Formula One prepare to see pictures that they have taken go under the hammer in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The project sees a number of F1 drivers and leading personnel be given cameras with which they must take a picture – be it at the track or away from the paddock – that is then auctioned off for charity. All of the drivers that raced in 2013 have taken part as well as their respective team principals, whilst a number of the sport's legends and world champions have also contributed a picture to the auction.
Furthermore, seven of the Nikon cameras used have been...
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