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Tamara Ecclestone Waves The Checkered Flag For PETA. Naked.

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Yes folks, we have yet another beauty posing for PETA’s anti-fur campaign. This latest one comes to us from the UK division with Tamara Ecclestone wearing nothing but a checkered flag. For those of you not familiar with Tamara, she’s a Sky Sports TV presenter and daughter of Formula One magnate Bernie Ecclestone. Hence the racing connection.

tamara peta“I just think it’s terrible to harm living animals all in the name of vanity,” Tamara said during the shoot. “I think it’s completely unnecessary, and I think that once you’ve seen the ways in which lots of these animals are killed and how brutal and grotesque and unnecessary it is, I think that people would automatically choose not to wear fur”.

Tamara isn’t the first celebrity with a racing connection to promote PETA’s anti-fur stance. Both Michael Schumacher and Jensen Button have also done that as well — albeit with more clothes on. Sorry, ladies.

Check out Tamara’s interview on the subject here.

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