Formula 1 Champions-Signed Helmet

This helmet, which is coming up for auction by RM Sotheby’s at the Monaco Auction on 14th May 2016 has been signed by 22 Formula 1 world champions. All proceeds of the sale will be shared amongst the following charities:-

  • Victory Junction Gang Camp
  • Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America
  • Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation
  • Jimmie Johnson Foundation

The twenty two signatures on the helmet record people who are history makers of Formula 1 racing.

1. Phil Hill – 12 November 2007
2. Jacques Villeneuve – 16 November 2007
3. Emerson Fittipaldi – 18 November 2007
4. Mario Andretti – 28 November 2007
5. Damon Hill – 2 December 2007
6. John Surtees – 2 December 2007
7. Jackie Stewart – 2 December 2007
8. Alain Prost – 30 January 2008
9. Fernando Alonso – 30 January 2008
10. Jody Scheckter – 31 January 2008
11. Nigel Mansell – 6 February 2008
12. Michael Schumacher – 9 April 2008
13. Niki Lauda – 21 April 2008
14. Kimi Raikkonen – 21 May 2008
15. Keke Rosberg – 22 May 2008
16. Mika Hakkinen – 22 May 2008
17. Jack Brabham – 29 June 2008
18. Alan Jones – 15 August 2008
19. Lewis Hamilton – 7 December 2008
20. Nelson Piquet – 18 December 2008
21. Jenson Button – 2 December 2010
22. Sebastian Vettel – 2 December 2010

It is worth a visit to the RM Sotheby’s auction page to read the story as to how these twenty two signatures were obtained.

You will find the RM Sotheby’s auction page for this helmet if you click here.

This phenomenal conversation piece might just be something you will want to bid on.

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