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Zoom F1 Auction raises thousands of pounds of charity

Fernando Alonso's photo sold for £3250 The glitterati of the Formula One world convened in London last night for the second annual Zoom Charity Auction that saw over £20,000 raised for Great Ormond Street Hospital as signed photos taken by drivers and personnel from the sport were auctioned off. Bernie Ecclestone – who himself had taken a picture for the auction – was in attendance alongside Red Bull team principal Christian Horner, 1996 world champion Damon Hill, Williams' deputy team principal Claire Williams, Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag, celebrity chef James Martin and BBC F1 host Suzi Perry. Perry co-ordinated proceedings on the night alongside auction specialists Coys...
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