During the Spanish GP at the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto, the first winning bidders of this year’s Two Wheels for Life auctions were in the paddock to collect their prizes – meeting Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) and teammate Dani Pedrosa and picking up the items in person. It was the first of a new campaign and set of auctions happening throughout this season as the charity push for an incredible goal: raising 1 million Euros.
Next up at Le Mans, the winning bidders will be invited to pick up their prizes from Team Suzuki Ecstar and will have chance to get them signed by riders Andrea Iannone and Alex Rins. Then, as co-founder Andrea Coleman explained at the event in Jerez, it will be the turn of EG 0,0 Marc VDS at Mugello for the Italian GP.
“The next auction is at Mugello with Marc VDS, and we have an auction almost every week,” says Coleman. “What we really want is for people to be able to come and enjoy the paddock and enjoy the racing, join in and feel part of MotoGP really is – as well as contributing to Two Wheels for Life.”