Australian motor racing legend John Bowe is auctioning the race suit in which he won the 2011 Touring Car Masters title in order to raise funds for an East Timor-focussed community project.
The money raised will be injected into community projects in East Timor as part of a St Joseph's College Echuca initiative.
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The auction closes at 1800 AEST on Friday June 7.
A young karter that Bowe mentors, Jess Penn, is involved in the project, prompting the two-time Bathurst winner's helping hand.
“It's always nice to help others and I don't have much to offer other than memorabilia – I can't sing or dance or anything like that,” he smiled.
“In my racing life it's a meaningful piece because I won the championship in it and hopefully there are some people out there that will be keen to get their hands on such a good looking suit.”
Bowe is aiming to win a third consecutive TCM title in 2013 and leads the standings by eight points over Jim Richards heading into the third round at Hidden Valley later this month.