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GP Week : Issue 201
F1 >>> nEWs This issue of GPWEEK comes to you with the support of With a world-class development-stage asset, WTR are on the path to become a major mineral sands producer in Madagascar. CLICK HERE for more information on this ASX-listed company With the spanish Grand Prix now done and dusted, the F1 circus is packing its bags (and packing up its motorhomes) with all minds already on the next race in Monaco. The jewel in Formula One’s crown, with its Riviera setting, harbour filled with yachts, and decades of glitz and glamour, the Monte Carlo round is what makes the sport a household name for those who couldn’t be less interested in motor-racing. With the glitz and glamour comes an endless round of parties and events, one of the most hotly-anticipated of which is the Amber Lounge Fashion Show, a star-studded event mixing drivers and supermodels with a view to raising money for charity. This year’s nominated charity is the Brain & Spine Foundation, which was chosen following Michael Schumacher’s skiing accident in December. “When I first heard news of Michael, it absolutely shattered me,” said Sonia Ir vine, founder of the Amber Lounge. “My brother Eddie raced alongside Michael at Ferrari, and that’s when we became friends. “I knew that the very least I could do was to help people who were in a similar condition to Michael but who do not have the resources to overcome their condition. Michael and his family will always have a close place in my heart and this year’s event will aim to raise as much as we can to support the Brain and Spine Foundation.” Since the Amber Lounge Fashion Show was launched in 2006 it has raised an impressive €3.7 million for a collection of nominated charities including the Special Olympics, the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund. MONAcO REVS UP FOR cHARITIES 11 GPWEEK.com // 11 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: