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 ‘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 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 Boxer helmet (Misano For the 2012 Misano MotoGP Valentino…

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 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 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/

Valentino Rossi was back on the podium for the 2014 Mugello MotoGP, and he had a 'Pasta' design helmet with him called 'Di Vale', a spoof helmet with a message.

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 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.

Valentino Rossi ‘Kendo’ test helmet (2013): Valentino Rossi had a special helmet created to mark his return to Yamaha and it became known as the Kendo design due to the Japanese symbol for Kendo on the rear of the helmet.  The helmet started out in a grey and black colour for the initial winter tests, but as the season drew closer it got an updated blue and yellow design which was seen at the Jerez test sessions.

Valentino Rossi ‘Kendo’ test helmet Valentino Rossi had a special helmet…

Valentino Rossi's 2016 MotoGP helmet, a colourful and geometric adaptation of the SoleLuna helmet. http://rossihelmets.com/valentino-rossis-new-2016-motogp-helmet/

Valentino Rossi's 2016 MotoGP helmet, a colourful and geometric adaptation of…

The Valentino Rossi helmet design that he wore for the 2015 Festival of Speed at Goodwood is now available to buy in the AGV Corsa R range. More: http://rossihelmets.com/valentino-rossi-agv-corsa-r-goodwood-helmet/

AGV have released the Valentino Rossi Corsa R Goodwood helmet, a replica of the helmet that Rossi wore during the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Valentino Rossi's first race helmet

Valentino Rossi's first race helmet

Valentino Rossi ‘Lets Stick Together’ Helmet (Mugello 2012): For the 2012 Italian MotoGP at Mugello Valentino came out with a very Italian helmet that featured Gianni Morandi, a famous Italian singer and all round cult-figure, and his catchphrase “Restiamo uniti” which can be translated as “Lets Stick Together” which many fans thought contained a message.  Probably one of Valentino’s most flamboyant Mugello helmet designs ever.

Valentino Rossi's 2012 Mugello helmet featured Gianno Morandi's and his catchphrase 'Restiamo Uniti' meaning lets stick together. But was it a hidden message?

This new helmet design was Rossi’s first first update to his SoleLuna design in three years, and it is a bold and geometric take on the original SoleLuna design: http://rossihelmets.com/valentino-rossi-pista-gp-soleluna-2016/

At the start of the 2016 MotoGP season Valentino Rossi revealed his new helmet design for 2016 at Qatar. For the past few seasons Valentino Rossi had been ra

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