Ayrton Senna photograph set to raise money for autism charity
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Rick, of Vernon Road, Poynton, said: "When Mr Glew confirmed he worked as a racing car agent, Cheryl asked if he could help with a Nike Air Max Thea Black And White Womens charity auction and that's when the picture of Senna Air Max Thea Womens Training Shoes
A 'for sale' advert led a charity to the last photograph taken of the man regarded as the best ever Formula One driver.
The Simpsons, who set up the charity seven years ago spurred on by their two sons' autism, visited Graeme Glew in Macclesfield after he advertised chairs for sale in Poynton Post Office window.
Titled 'The Last Picture', the photo will be sold at the Space4 Autism Spring Ball and auction at Adlington Hall on May 11.
The poignant image of Ayrton Senna on the grid just hours before he was killed during the San Marino grand prix in 1994 will now be auctioned for SPACE, an autism charity.
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Rick Simpson, who runs Space4 Autism with his wife Cheryl, said: "We've had a few evaluations and they said we could be looking at a lot of money. As memorabilia goes, this is special and that we have it is down to luck and one man's generosity."
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