Boys Grand Prix New Hand

Formula One fan Matthew James wrote to Ross Brawn, boss of F1 team Mercedes GP Petronas, asking for £35,000 to pay for a top-of-the range artificial hand. In return, the schoolboy, who was born without his left hand, said he would let the company sponsor the hand by putting the Mercedes logo on it, just like the adverts on F1 cars.

Formula One fan Matthew James wrote to Ross Brawn, boss of F1 team Mercedes GP Petronas, asking for £35,000 to pay for a top-of-the range artificial hand. In return, the schoolboy, who was born without his left hand, said he would let the company sponsor the hand by putting the Mercedes logo on it, just like the adverts on F1 cars.

Formula One fan Matthew James wrote to Ross Brawn, boss of F1 team Mercedes GP Petronas, asking for £35,000 to pay for a top-of-the range artificial hand. In return, the schoolboy, who was born without his left hand, said he would let the company sponsor the hand by putting the Mercedes logo on it, just like the adverts on F1 cars.

Formula One fan Matthew James wrote to Ross Brawn, boss of F1 team Mercedes GP Petronas, asking for £35,000 to pay for a top-of-the range artificial hand. In return, the schoolboy, who was born without his left hand, said he would let the company sponsor the hand by putting the Mercedes logo on it, just like the adverts on F1 cars.

Formula One fan Matthew James wrote to Ross Brawn, boss of F1 team Mercedes GP Petronas, asking for £35,000 to pay for a top-of-the range artificial hand. In return, the schoolboy, who was born without his left hand, said he would let the company sponsor the hand by putting the Mercedes logo on it, just like the adverts on F1 cars.