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F1 autographs being autioned for GOSH charity

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A set of playing cards signed by the entire 2010 Formula One field is being auctioned on eBay to raise money for the Great Ormond Street Hospital.

The signatures were gathered by F1 photographer Mark Sutton at the Turkish Grand Prix for the StarCards charity project. Alongside the full set of 24 mounted cards, individual framed cards, with a photo of the driver and a Great Ormond Street t-shirt are also up for auction.

"We are delighted with the support of Sutton Images and to be connected with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity," said StarCards' Paul Brett. "We hope that as a result of our involvement it will be possible for children of all nations to get the help they need. Every penny we raise goes directly to the charity to spend on the most vital medical equipment, research facilities or toward the £50 million required every year to help keep the magic alive."

Click here to visit the auction | Click here to visit the StarCards charity project

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