Aprilia World Superbike rider Leon Camier has put the screen he damaged during his Phillip Island qualifying crash (pictured) up for auction, with all proceeds going to Sport Relief.
The reigning British Superbike champion lost the front and fell at Honda corner during the final minute of Superpole 2. Camier was unhurt but his RSV4 was not so fortunate.
"I was so annoyed with myself for crashing in qualifying, but hopefully by raising money for Sport Relief, something good can come out of it!” said Leon.
“Sport Relief is a fantastic charity, raising money for such worthwhile causes. I hope all bike racing fans get involved and help raise as much money as possible.
“I'm not planning to crash again, so this should end up quite a rare item!” he joked.
The auction is scheduled to close on March 16 at 15:20:24 GMT. To find out more visit: www.leon-camier.net