Red Bull Racing drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber unveiled their Wings for Life cars on Thursday ahead of this weekend's British Grand Prix. Both will drive their specially liveried RB8s, which each feature more than 25,000 photos that have been sent in by fans, throughout the race weekend.
Organized for Wings for Life, the charity that is striving to find a cure for spinal cord injury, the initiative was open to fans all over the world who wanted to race with Mark and Sebastian at this year's Silverstone race and support an incredible cause.
People from around the world have been uploading their photos and donating to Wings for Life. Red Bull Racing matched each donation, and 100 percent of all donations will go directly to spinal cord injury research projects around the globe. The initiative has raised more than one million Euros.
Every continent is represented on the car and photos were sent from a range of countries, including Costa Rica and Fiji among others. Famous faces on the car include former F1 driver Niki Lauda and footballer Thierry Henry.
The team has a history of prior one-off liveries at Silverstone. Red Bull ran a similar one-off livery for the foundation in 2007 for Webber and David Coulthard, and in 2003, as Jaguar, the team promoted the movie Terminator 3 in cars driven by Webber and Antonio Pizzonia, the latter driver in what turned out to be his final grand prix start for the team.