F1 Winter Break
F1 drivers look through the lens for charity
Posted By: James Allen  |  12 Sep 2012   |  6:23 pm GMT  |  5 comments

A collection of 50 images taken by F1 drivers and team bosses will be auctioned tomorrow night in London to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

The images, which range from racing orientated to leisure and travel, have been collated by Zoom and will go under the hammer in a special event at London’s Wyndham Grand, Chelsea Harbour. Coys will conduct the auction. The images will be signed by the photographers.

Images include: Lewis Hamilton’s ‘driver’s eye’ view from the cockpit of his car, Sebastian Vettel’s favourite Alpine view and Bruno Senna’s beach paradise. The full collection of images can also be viewed beforehand at www.zoom-auction.com

For more details about this auction click Here

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Unrelated, but I hate the new interview process, but did love that Alonso grabbed the camera!!!


(I know I’m not going to be the first one to say this)

…Does Hamilton’s image contain valuable McLaren data?! 😉


It is noticeable that some of the drivers and team bosses have actually taken time to think about the photos and compose the shots well. Even where they have just taken a photo on the circuit you can tell the difference between the ones who have just pointed and clicked and the ones who have taken this seriously and made an effort.

Unfortunately, of those who didn’t really try, Bernie’s efforts are the worst and he’s got two in there!


A distinctive K9 and heavy machinery feel to the gallery on Muzzlebook; Peter Sauber’s pic is very 1970s, Shining sort of thing… I’d dub the whole thing “Industrialism Meets Nature” or “Health and Industrial Efficiency”.

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