System One, whose 2020 season begins in Melbourne on March 15, has introduced an public sale to assist areas most affected by the Australian bushfires.
The game mentioned in an announcement that drivers, groups, companions and the governing physique had been contributing unique gadgets and experiences to be auctioned from Wednesday and working by way of to Feb. 16. Objects included racing gloves and footwear utilized by Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo final season, his first with Renault, in addition to race fits worn by Pink Bull’s Max Verstappen and Alex Albon in 2019.
Groups have supplied manufacturing unit visits and meet-and-greets within the Melbourne paddock with drivers and workforce principals, together with six-times world champion Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto.
The FIA will present a sizzling lap of the Albert Park circuit within the official security automotive and a go to to race management throughout the grand prix whereas dinner with System One’s managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn can also be up for bids.
“Australia has at all times been and can proceed to be a really particular place for System One,” System One mentioned in an announcement. “The Australian persons are an integral a part of our tight-knit group and we ship our condolences to everybody affected by the terrible fires.”
Hamilton has already mentioned he’s donating U.S. $500,000 towards the rescue and care of wildlife caught in the fires.