Ferrari drivers helmets auctioned in aid of flood victims 4 July, 2013 Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso At 10 o’clock this morning, an auction, organized by helmet manufacturer Schuberth got underway, to raise funds for those affected by the River Elbe bursting its banks and flooding the city of Magdeburg, which saw around 20 000 people having to abandon their homes. Schuberth, an Official Supplier to Scuderia Ferrari, was indirectly affected by the flooding, as the access roads to its factory were impassable and for a few days the electricity supply was cut off. The company, one of the biggest producers of helmets in the world, thus decided to do something to support those affected. Putting their name to this initiative are the drivers Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa and Jules Bianchi, who all donated a helmet that they have used in the current season. Proceeds from the auction, which is being hosted by “eBayfür charity” (www.schuberth.com/charity) will go directly to the Mayor of Magdeburg, Dr. LutzTrumper, who will oversee the use of the funds thus raised. (Ferrari) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsAlonso: I will do what is in the best interest of FerrariBianchi says he is ready to replace Alonso at FerrariMattiacci: Unfreeze engine rules for good of F1Alonso-Ferrari split brews as Honda wait in the wingsRaikkonen: I finally had a good feeling from the carAlready 2015 rules benefit Mercedes and FerrariFerrari focus on beating WilliamsSilly Season: Alonso to McLaren looks a done dealFerrari loses legal battle with engineerSilly Season: Alonso and Vettel future uncertain Document Someone essentially make vitally posts I might express. This is actually the brand new I used your online page and as much as at this point? My spouse and i shocked while using the research you made to produce this particular article remarkable. Fantastic employment!