Formula 1 gearing for cancer

The Formula 1 Fans in the Cayman Islands met again at the Lone Star Bar and Grill for the German Grand Prix and raised more money for the Cancer Society.

Sebastian Vettel won Sunday’s race after a battle with Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean with Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso in fourth place.

The Red Bull driver held off Raikkonen, who made a late pit stop from the lead to benefit from the extra grip of fresh tyres in the closing laps.

Club organiser Danny Roach said: “We had 24 attendees and raised additional $121 in cash.

“It was an excellent race but Red Bull were fined for unsafe release of Mark Webber causing injury to a Formula 1 cameraman by the loose wheel and tyre.”

The last charity recipient from the Formula 1 club was the Humane Society. Terrie Farrington, the shelter executive administrator, received $1,050.

Four winners won gift certificates in the free raffle from Automotive Art, Ragazzi Ristorante and Agave Mexican Grill.

The next race is in Hungary on 28 July. Races are screened at the Lone Star from 9am and attendance is a minimum $2 donation.

The last charity recipient from the Formula 1 club was the Humane Society.

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