Valentino Rossi Helmets

The helmets and designs that Valentino Rossi has worn throughout MotoGP, including the one-off special designs, year by year.
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Valentino Rossi's 2016 Misano helmet is based on one of his favorite films - The Blues Brothers' http://rossihelmets.com/valentino-rossi-sweet-home-misano-helmet-2016/

Valentino Rossi's 'Sweet Home Misano' helmet for the 2016 Misano MotoGP, check the pictures here of this 'Blues Brothers' inspired helmet.

Valentino Rossi ‘Yellow Energy’ helmet (Mugello 2015): Valentino Rossi’s 2015 Mugello was a tribute to the fans and included solar panels and an energy gauge detailing how Rossi’s energy rises over the course of a weekend thanks to the fans  This helmet had a reflective surface that looked stunning in the Italian sun, and the helmet has become known as the ‘Yellow Energy’ helmet.

For the 2015 Mugello MotoGP Valentino Rossi produced a special helmet design that featured solar panels and a mirrored design called Yellow Energy.

Valentino Rossi Snowman helmet (Sepang 2016). More: http://rossihelmets.com/valentino-rossi-snowman-helmet-sepang-2016/

For the 2016 Winter Test Valentino Rossi had a winter themed helmet design complete with a Snowman in a Yamaha scarf and hat.

Valentino Rossi ‘Di Vale’ Pasta Helmet (Mugello): Valentino Rossi had a uniquely Italian helmet design for his home race at Mugello in 2014. The helmet was made to look like a pasta box, complete with Rigatoni pasta, a brand label called ‘Di Vale’, and cooking instructions for 46 minutes.  The helmet also featured the phrase “non scuoce mai”, which means “doesn’t overcook” – a reference aimed at his critics. http://rossihelmets.com/valentino-rossi-di-vale-pasta-helmet-mugello-2014/

Location: Mugello, Italy Date: Sunday June, 2014 Race Position: The 2014 Mugello MotoGP was an intense affair, one that saw Marc Marquez em

Valentino Rossi Boxer helmet (Misano 2012): For the 2012 Misano MotoGP Valentino produced a special helmet design to poke fun at his struggles with the Ducati. Rossi was portrayed as a beaten up boxer collapsing on the ropes, while asking ‘How am I doing?’ More: http://rossihelmets.com/rossis-helmets/2012-motogp-rossi-helmets/valentino-rossi-boxer-helmet-misano-2012/

Valentino Rossi wore a helmet featuring himself depicted as a beaten-up boxer with the phrase "Come Vado?" ('How Am I Doing'?) for the Misano MotoGP in 2012

Valentino Rossi Shark Helmet (Misano) 2015: Valentino Rossi went into the Misano MotoGP as championship leader, but the gap was closing between Lorenzo.  To reflect the pressure he was under he had a new helmet design that portrayed Rossi as a tiny yellow fish being chased down by a huge shark.

Valentino Rossi had a new helmet design for the 2015 Misano MotoGP which showed him as a tiny yellow fish being hunted by a huge shark.

Valentino Rossi 2016 Mugello helmet: Valentino Rossi’s 2016 Mugello helmet was designed as a tribute to the fans the “Popolo Giallo” (the Yellow crowd) and the circuit itself.  This bright yellow helmet combined Mugello with the Italian for yellow (‘giallo’) to create ‘Mugiallo’. http://rossihelmets.com/valentino-rossi-mugiallo-helmet-mugello-2016/

This is the Valentino Rossi 'Mugiallo' helmet, the special yellow helmet design for the 2016 Italian MotoGP, designed as a tribute to the track and the fans.

Valentino Rossi AGV Pista GP R Soleluna 2016 helmet

This is the Valentino Rossi AGV Pista GP R Soleluna 2016 helmet - a race replica of Valentino Rossi's MotoGP helmet.

Valentino Rossi Kendo helmet (Winter Test 2012): Rossi marked his return to Yamaha with this simple design and featured a the Japanese symbol for ‘Kendo’ on the rear, which was used to show the intense emotion Rossi felt about returning to Yamaha http://rossihelmets.com/rossis-helmets/2012-motogp-rossi-helmets/valentino-rossi-kendo-helmet-winter-test-2012/

Valentino Rossi returned to Yamaha for the 2013 MotoGP season, and in test sessions he wore a personal helmet design with the 'Kendo' symbol on.

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