From December 15, people can bid on a unique Red Bull simulator, with all proceeds going to the 'Wings for Life' charity.
The simulator, with a Las Vegas-inspired livery, will also feature with the signatures of Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez and Team Principal Christian Horner.
The 'Wings for Life' charity was set up in 2004 by Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz and two-time motocross champion Heinz Kinigadner.
“We are incredibly proud to support our partner charity, Wings for Life, with the auctioning of this one-off, state of the art, Vegas livery simulator that both Max, Checo, and I have signed,” Horner said.
“It’s been a monumental year for us at Oracle Red Bull Racing and so it is fitting to work with F1 Authentics on a charity auction that not only nods to a successful and exciting race for us, but also contributes to ongoing research into a cure for spinal cord injury.”
The simulator is an official replica of the Formula One Simulator project, launched in early 2023. Each sim was built using data from the 2022 RB18.
'Wings for Life' is raising money to conduct research to cure spinal cord injuries. All proceeds will go to this charity. The auction will close on Dec. 28. Click here for the link to the auction.