Formula One, whose 2020 season starts in Melbourne on March 15, has announced an auction to help areas most affected by the Australian bushfires.
Among the items already up for auction are Ricciardo's racing gloves and shoes worn during his first season with Renault, Kevin Magnussen's race helmet from this year's Australian race, and 2019 race suits from Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Alexander Albon, as well as those worn by Haas' Romain Grosjean and Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat.
Up for auction will be exclusive items, signed merchandise and unbelievable "money-can't-buy" experiences.
The majority of teams are offering meet and greet opportunities with their drivers in the paddock in Melbourne, while team bosses Mattia Binotto, Toto Wolff and Claire Williams will offer similar opportunities.
The sport said in a statement that drivers, teams, partners and the governing body were contributing exclusive items and experiences to be auctioned from Wednesday, and running through to February 16.
All proceeds will go to four charity and non-profit organizations that have been selected in partnership with the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, those being the Red Cross Australia; Country Fire Authority Victoria; Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal; and WWF Australian Wildlife and Nature Recovery Fund.
"Australia has always been and will continue to be a very special place for Formula One", Formula One said in a statement.
Lewis Hamilton has already announced that he is donating United States $500 000 (R7.2 million) towards the rescue and care of wildlife caught in the horrific fires.
McLaren and Renault are also donating factory visits, while a number of FIA experiences at Albert Park are available to bid on, as well as dinner with F1's managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn.
For those who do not wish to take part in the auction but would still like to send a donation, please consider the non-profits listed above.