Nigel Mansell, der legendäre Fahrer der F1, verkauft Erinnerungsstücke.

Der ehemalige Champion der Formel 1 Nigel Mansell verkauft über 300 Gegenstände, die früher in seinem Museum in New Jersey aufbewahrt wurden.

In the online auction are a wide range of “hugely personal” items related to his racing career.

In der Kollektion sind 32 Rennhelmen, 78 Baseballcaps, 50 Rennsuits und über 200 Trophäen und Auszeichnungen enthalten.

His “final F1 win helmet” has the potential to fetch up to £50,000, and bids for his number plate “5 NM” have the potential to reach £60,000.


A custom made 2020 BMW R18 “II Leone Edition” motorbike, which could cost between £20,000 and £40,000, includes Nigel Mansell’s racing suits and helmets.

A commemorative Japanese crystal dagger and opened and unopened champagne magnums that were presented at Mansell’s racing wins are among the more unusual items.

Mansell wurde in Worcestershire geboren und wuchs in Birmingham auf. Heute ist er in New Jersey.

In regard to the auction, the world champion of 1992 stated: “The collection is very personal to me.”

“It is, in short, the material manifestation of the most significant moments of my career and it represents everything that I worked for from my teenage years to the end of my racing career.”

Der Helm von Nigel Mansell: Bildquelle, RM Sotheby’s Der Helm von Nigel Mansell, der „letzte F1-Sieg“, könnte £50,000 kosten. Mansell, der 70 Jahre alt ist, schloss in 2019 sein Museum in St. Helier, um Platz für neue Unternehmen zu schaffen.

Sotheby’s sells all items online, and the auction will take place between October 4th and 11th.


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