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      Vintage race car driver

    • Marysia Giełgud

      The First Full Face Motor Racing Helmet. Dan Gurney, 1960 Dan worked with Bell Helmets in California where he helped to develop the first full face helmet. He had seen motorcycle racers wear similar ones at Ascot Raceway in California. Dan wore the first full face helmet at Indianapolis in 1968 and then also introduced it to Formula I racing at the British and German Grand Prix in 1968.

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      First full face motorcycle helmet

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      Black and white dirt bike helmet

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