Indian race organisers auction children's paintings for charity
A collection of paintings signed by Formula One drivers is currently being auctioned online by the Indian race organisers to raise funds for charity. The artworks, painted by underprivileged Indian children, were on display at the Buddh International Circuit during October's inaugural New Delhi round.The 'unknown artists' initiative by the Jaypee Group saw the creation of around 180 paintings by 152 children, who were picked from ten schools in the local area. Each painting was then autographed by a selection of the drivers in attendance at the 2011 race.
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