If you're going to be racing your car, you're going to need a helmet first. Whether you've got $200 or $2,000, you can get one of these lids that's not only good looking, but also approved by the authorities.
When you're sitting in a dragster full of nitromethane and methanol, you better have some extra protection against fire. This would be it.
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This open helmet is for beginners, and while it might not look like much, what makes it cool is that it's SNELL SA2010 rated and costs $200. Good value right there.
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An updated original. If you ever get to race a classic, this is the helmet for the job.
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It's certainly not cheap at $1,800, but if you're after the ultimate WRC experience, this is it.
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Nothing to do with classical music, everything to do with motorsport.
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The evil Stig look? All you need is polarized blue shades, and you got it.
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This is Bell's strongest helmet. If this isn't enough in a crash, you're probably a goner.
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This is the ST4 with the widest eyeport. It's made of Kevlar Multi-Sandwich Fiber composite, it's orange and I want one.
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This is what birthday boy Kimi Raikkonen has. Case closed.
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