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David Coulthard Supports F1 Charity Auction For Wings For Life




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Posted 26 November 2011 - 11:01 AM

David Coulthard Supports Charity Auction For Wings For Life

Former Formula One driver, David Coulthard, believes that the Wings for Life auction on December 1 is an important way of raising funds.

Wings for Life provides targeted financial support, focusing on the most promising projects and ensuring the best possible investment of every single donation.

The charity auction at Mercedes-Benz World on December 1 represents the big finale to fundraising efforts this year and features some brilliant items from the 2011 season signed by Red Bull’s current drivers Mark Webber and new double world champion Sebastian Vettel.

Read More: http://www.telegraph...ty-auction.html

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