As we wrote about it in Vezessen, from the beginning of May, a huge amount of rain fell on Northern Italy, which caused floods mainly in the Emilia-Romagna region, and about 20 thousand people were forced to leave their homes. (The Imola F1 weekend was also canceled because of this.)

The driver of the Italian “national team”, Ferrari, Charles Leclerc, also wants to take part in the help, so the Monaco driver is auctioning his racing equipment used in last weekend’s Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix.

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F1: Leclerc also gives his clothes to the needy 1

At RM Sotheby’s auction starting today and running until next Tuesday (June 6), those who want to help can bid on Leclerc’s unique Bell helmet with a varnish inspired by the former painting of his father, who is also a competitor, as well as his white and red overalls and underwear, gloves and racing shoes, also taken to Monaco.

The entire proceeds of the auction, created on Leclerc’s own initiative, will go to help flood victims in Emilia-Romagna.