Crimson Bull drivers previous and current produce particular helmets for Mexican GP · RaceFans

Max Verstappen's 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet

Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez have particular helmet designs for this weekend’s race, and Crimson Bull’s most profitable driver has introduced again an previous look to commemorate the crew’s late founder.

Sergio Perez’s 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet

Sergio Perez's 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet
Sergio Perez’s 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet

Perez says his luchador-style helmet is “probably the most Mexican helmet I’ve ever finished, representing my tradition.” He may turn into the primary Mexican driver to win their dwelling race this weekend.

Max Verstappen’s 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet

Max Verstappen's 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet
Max Verstappen’s 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet

Having clinched the drivers championship earlier this month in Suzuka and secured Crimson Bull’s fifth constructors title in Austin final week, Verstappen has launched his closing particular helmet design for the final three races to commemorate the achievements. The gold helmet bearing the legend world champion “has particular which means in fact,” says Verstappen, “a particular yr for everybody inside the crew.”

Sebastian Vettel’s 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet

Sebastian Vettel, Aston Martin, Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, 2022
Sebastian Vettel’s 2022 Mexican Grand Prix helmet

Throughout the drivers’ press convention on Thursday Sebastian Vettel paid an eloquent tribute to late Crimson Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz. Vettel was backed by the power drink producer from his early days in karting and went on to win races for each Crimson Bull and junior crew Toro Rosso (now AlphaTauri). He received 4 championships with the crew and helped ship their 4 consecutive constructors’ championships from 2010 to 2013.

Vettel’s helmet for this weekend intently resembles his unique Crimson Bull design, even together with their brand, though the Crimson Bull textual content has been changed with the message “Danke Didi”.

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