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.
Further details of the Rosberg print can be found at peterjfox.com or email directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.