A sale of upto 50 cars, for example F1 machines and memorabilia, in addition to road-going sports-cars and classics will probably be auctioned on 30th November.
It’s going to soon probably be RM Sotherby’s first major international collector car auction from the Middle East.
The venture was announced in the Bahrain GP just ahead of next free practice on Friday evening. F1’s commercial manager Sean Bratches confirmed the new agreement was a multi-year deal.
“We’re continually attempting to participate fans in new and unique ways which can be a natural extension of a few of the efforts we’ve been employing,” said Bratches.
“The chance to assist RM Sotheby’s is the ideal marriage to flaunt the beauty of classic cars along with some of the most technologically advanced cars on the planet.
“Race-goers will get the chance to find these gorgeous cars up near the Abu Dhabi race weekend.”
RM Sotherby’s would be the planet’s biggest car collector and auction business plus they’re celebrating their 40th anniversary this year.
“f 1 is among the most esteemed sports brands in the whole entire world and it’s excellent for all of us to be connected with Formula inch and also a wonderful way to celebrate our landmark season,” said Maarten ten Holder, mind of RM Sotheby’s Europe & main auctioneer.
“The sale will incorporate F1 race cars plus some modern and contemporary sports-cars, like the Ferrari F40 we’ve got on series in the paddock today and classics from the 1960 including Porsches and Aston Martins.