Here at Motorsport Memorabilia we are delighted to add five F1 drivers helmets to our ever increasing inventory of fine collectable memorabilia and unique models. The helmets come from a large collection of memorabilia from an avid F1 fan and range from a Keke Rosberg helmet right through to a Bruno Senna replica helmet.
We also have in stock Jack Brabham and Barry Sheene realica helmets available in our Helmet section on our website.
Collection of Five F1 Drivers Helmets
Bruno Senna – Bell Marketing helmet originally painted by the factory to the design of SID Brazil, used as a promo helmet for his debut season in F1 driving for HRT in 2010, as marked to the rear. Later updated with 2011 sponsors decals and a Renault Lotus visor strip reflecting his move to the Renault Lotus team the following year.
Fitted with Hans clips and with Bell helmet bag.
Alan Jones – Simpson Bandit helmet pained with Alan Jones simple red stripe design, an exact replica of the helmet worn by the Australian F1 World Champion to secure his first F1 race win for Williams in 1979 at the German Grand Prix. Hand signed and dedicated “Germany 1979” by Alan Jones at Goodwood.
Keke Rosberg – A Bell Star helmet painted in Keke’s late 1970s design with full Marlboro sponsorship and personalised visor strip. Hand signed to the rear crown of the helmet by Keke in Monaco
David Coulthard – 2008 Arai helmet painted by Marty designs of Switzerland for David Coulthard as given to personal sponsors during his last F1 season with Red Bull. Whilst David’s race helmets were painted by Mike Fairholme, he personally commissioned a small number of replicas from Marty designs each year, produced on correct Arai helmets for Sponsors. All the artwork is painstakingly airbrushed with correct sponsors and David’s personal logo as well as FIA sticker and the helmet artist’s mark. The helmet comes with an Arai helmet bag and has been hand signed in black sharpie by David to the crown.
Available now £2,500 – contact us to buy!
Rubens Barrichello – Race used Arai helmet from the 1999 season, his last for Stewart Ford before joining Ferrari. Painted by Mike Fairholme Designs and marked “Original 1-99” to the rear of the helmet, this was understood to have been the first helmet of the season used in Melbourne. The helmet has some paint damage to the rear spoiler and signs of race use, with the radio fitting clips still remaining. The helmet is fitted with a Cara Coat reflective red / gold visor hand signed and dated by Rubens. Comes with Arai helmet bag and confirmation of the correct Snell number direct from the helmet artist.