Rosberg helps charity with signed prints of iconic F1 photo

Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg is helping raise money for charity through the sale of signed prints of the iconic shot of him at last year’s Japanese Grand Prix.

A photograph of Rosberg’s Mercedes bouncing through the Degner curves at Suzuka last year became a hot talking point – with leading F1 figures marvelling at the image. 

Rosberg himself said at the time: “It is seldom that you see the forces in an F1 car so clearly on a photograph. It was a special capture – very impressive.

“Even the tyre was deforming and everything. It was amazing – and it was a normal lap. It wasn’t like something specific happened – it was just like a normal lap.”

Rosberg has now teamed up with the photographer, Peter J Fox, to make available a limited edition run of A2 prints – which come with a certificate of authenticity signed by both of them.

A share of the profits will be divided between Rosberg’s chosen charity – Viva Con Agua – which helps provide drinking water and basic sanitation for the world’s poor, and also Water Aid.

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