Win a copy of the unique Zoom F1 book!
We all know that Formula 1 drivers are a dab hand behind the wheel of a single seater, but how would they fare on the other side of the barrier working as a photographer? This unique book – “Zoom: Personal Images and Insights from the Stars of F1″ – gives us an idea in a fantastic project all in the aid of charity.
Throughout last season, drivers were given a camera to use with which they had to take just one picture. However, it had to be an image that was important to them, be it at the circuit, away on holiday or even just at home. The images were then brought together and auctioned off at a star-studded event in London in February, that saw tens of thousands of pounds raised in aid of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. Fernando Alonso’s photo of the crowd under the podium at Monza was the biggest seller, going for over £3000, whilst Bernie Ecclestone ended up buying his own photo that was taken from his home in Switzerland.
However, you too can now see the fantastic images that have been snapped after the release of a book that compiles all of the shots. As well as photos from all 22 full-time drivers in the 2013 F1 season, there is a great foreword from Bernie Ecclestone and shots from many F1 legends including Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill.
However, that’s not all! In association with Zoom and Formula Money, Richland F1 is giving away a copy of this fantastic book which is a must for any Formula 1 fan.
To enter a draw to win a copy, all you have to do is answer this question:
Which driver’s photo sold for the greatest amount at the Zoom auction in February?
- Fernando Alonso
- Sebastian Vettel
- Lewis Hamilton
Just email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org to be entered. The draw closes at 23:59 on April 21st 2014.
For more information about the Zoom project, visit www.zoom-auction.com.
Image courtesy of Zoom Charity Auction.
Luke Smith is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Richland F1. Having started the website in March 2012, he has gone on to become one of the youngest members of the Formula 1 paddock after joining American broadcaster NBC Sports at the beginning of the 2013 season. Luke now works as the network's lead F1 writer, supporting the TV coverage on nbcsports.com. Luke's work has also been featured on NBC News, Yahoo! Sports and in Driven Magazine, and he has also appeared on CNBC's TV series "One Second in F1 Racing".