Working directly with RM Sotheby’s on the ‘Charles Leclerc For Emilia’ Charity Auction, the 25-year-old Scuderia Ferrari F1 team driver donated his 2023 Monaco GP race-worn helmet, race suit, boots, and gloves for a no-reserve auction event. The once-of-a-lifetime opportunity was offered to the open market of gearheads and motorsport aficionados, with all of the proceeds benefitting the flood-stricken state of Emilia-Romagna in Italy. Closing all bids on June 6th at 12 pm EST, RM Sothebys’ is proud to announce that the ‘Charles Leclerc For Emilia Charity Auction raised well over $462K for its cause.
Being worn at one of the most legendary race venues in F1 history, the special auction event proved to be popular amongst all avid memorabilia collectors. While Charles Leclerc’s Bell HP77 full-face helmet was the most significant sale securing a whopping $329,741, additional pieces included his race suit ($65,948), race boots ($21,983), and race gloves ($45,259.) The success of this auction reflects Charles Leclerc’s immense talent and contribution to motorsport while demonstrating the generosity and support from enthusiasts worldwide. The proceeds will make a substantial impact on the lives of those affected by the recent flooding in Emilia-Romagna. View all current Ferrari models for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.
Sources: RM Sothebys