Also, Sebastian Vettel will wear a special helmet during the Mexican weekend
After a glorious year for the Dutch driver from Red bull, Max Verstappencompanion Czech Perez will premiere the helmet in the frame Mexican Grand Prix this weekend – it will be the same one you wear Brazil Mr Abu DabI-.
Through your social networks, Max Verstappendouble world champion F1, presented its new commemorative helmet in gold, with two stars on the back and the legend: “World Champion” in gold with black, as well as some great details. P
For his part, the German pilot Sebastian Vettel he will wear a special helmet Mexican Grand Prix in honor of the deceased Dietrich Mateschitzwho was the co-founder and owner Red bullthe team with which he won four world championships.
Sebastian Vettel He is one of the pilots who is characterized by the design of his helmets, and in this case he renewed the design of the first one that I use with Red bull in the first season, which was performed thanks to the support of Dietrich Mateschitz.
On the helmet is written “Danke Didi”, “Hvala ti Didi” in German and next to the name of the driver of the Aston Martin team.
— Oracle Red Bull Racing (@redbullracing) October 28, 2022
Dietrich Mateschitz was not only a pioneer and a legend @redbullracingbut of our sport.
As a mark of respect and tribute, Sebastian Vettel will return to one of his original, iconic helmet designs this weekend #Mexican GP.
— Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant F1 Team (@AstonMartinF1) October 27, 2022
Mexican pilot Czech Perez will start Mexican Grand Prix with a helmet reminiscent of catrina, a characteristic figure of Mexican culture on the Day of the Dead, except that it has the colors of the Mexican flag and the legend “Viva México” stands out on the back, an area where Czech used to carry the expression Never give up.
The Mexican driver explained that since the beginning of the year they start seeing helmet designs for different Grand Prix seasons, an action in which the man from Guadalajara also participates in order to like them.
Inside the helmet, which also bears the colors of the flag Mexicoin addition to explaining the reasons why he decided to make the change Never give upthe characteristic phrase of Tapatía, for “Viva México”.