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Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany gestures to the crowd after winning the Japanese Formula One Grand Prix at the Suzuka Circuit in Suzuka, Japan, yesterday. Photo: AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi.
Monday, October 8, 2012
Norfolk charity Break could be set for a welcome boost in funds, thanks to current Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel.
The BBC’s Norfolk-born presenter of its Formula One television coverage Jake Humphrey is set to auction off one of his belts, signed by the German motor racing star.
Following yesterday’s Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka Vettel drew a heart and wrote ‘love’ on Mr Humphrey’s white shirt, with arrows pointing to his belt.
The former Hewett School pupil, who is a patron for Break, posted on his Twitter account, saying: “I think Seb just really liked my belt!! That’ll be signed by him & auctioned for my charity @breakwriter - his naughtyness can do some good!”