Red Bull to put fans faces on their British GP race cars for charity

Fans of Formula One could see their faces printed on the Red Bull race cars of Vettel and Webber, which will zoom round the track at the British Grand Prix, thanks to a charity initiative that has been launched by the F1 team.

Faces for Charity invites F1 fans to upload a photo and donate 15 Euros to Wings for Life, a spinal cord injury charity. Photos can be uploaded until June 17, or until all spaces are sold. More than 25,000 images will then come together to create a collage that will feature on both Red Bull Racing’s RB8s throughout the entire British Grand Prix weekend from July 6-8.

Donors will automatically be entered into a prize draw to attend the British Grand Prix with Red Bull Racing, to see the Faces for Charity cars and the team in action.

Red Bull Racing will match every donation made.