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Post War Helmet


Team: British Manufacturer 
Driver Status: Unknown
Championship: 1940s


Rejoice in the early days of motorsport with this special 1940s racing helmet.


Before corporate sponsorship took over race car liveries in the late 1960’s, teams would race in their country’s traditional colours. For British entrants, that colour was a dark shade of green.  This originated from the 1903 Gordon Bennett Cup, held in Ireland (which was at the time part of the UK), as motor-racing was illegal in England. As a mark of respect, the British cars were painted in green.

On a number of occasions, racing drivers would also sport a matching helmet to go with their cars.

Shipping & Returns

All of our products are shipped from our main store in Dubai. Customers will be provided with a tracking number and goods can be returned within 30 days given that they are in unused condition and in their original, undamaged packaging (excluding Memorabilia items).

Local customers can also pick up the products in our physical location.


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