An auction for the Racing 4 Charity organisation raised more than £2,500 at the main stage of the Autosport International Show.
A signed visor from David Coulthard's helmet, from the 2000 Canadian Grand Prix where he finished seventh, was auctioned off by the Red Bull racer himself, and fetched £600.
Former Toyota driver and current sportscar racer Allan McNish ran on the stage at one point to successfully bid £60 for a signed picture of former Renault driver Rene Arnoux.
Also among the items sold in the auction was a signed print of Richard Burns' title winning Subaru, signed by the artist and the 2001 world rally champion before he died late last year.
Racing 4 Charity is a fund raising organisation that supports a variety of children's charities. Proceeds from the auction went to BLISS, who raise money for baby life support systems and CLIC, who care for children suffering from cancer and leukaemia.
More information can be found at racing4charity.com.