Helmet Designs by

CSCC New Millenium Series and Classic GT

2020

Open face or visor FIA Bell GT5 helmet for improved vision for the  Aston Martin DB7. The color scheme is an evolution of the traditional pattern, but with brighter colors to be seen inside the car.

Enduro Ka, CSCC Tin Tops, and WRDA

2020

Moving to a larger visor Bell Sport EV for the closed cockpit Ford Ka, along with silver and bright green to match the car.

Monoposto (UK), Formula Opel and Drexler Automotive Formula Cup

2017

Taking inspiration from the Welsh Flag this helmet is augmented by a "fat red dragon". Once again a Bell GP.2 helmet was used, and brighter colors were used to make it more visible.

Formula Opel and HSR

2014

This design was used for racing in the USA and for qualifying sessions in UK and EU. The design features themes from the 1992 Lotus 107 paint scheme incorporated into the traditional design. Once again a Bell GP.2 helmet was used.

HSR and Monoposto

2013 & 2014

Including the Union Flag into my traditional design provides additional color to the scheme. As with the Monoposto helemet a Bell GP.2 was used. Photograph: Victor Varela Photography.

Monoposto Racing (USA)

2013 & 2014

Trying to modernize the previous design with the use of lighter colors and pin striping to accent the different colored areas. The centerpiece of the Lotus Cars logo is positioned to be viewed from behind and above by an in-car camera. The first to be designed by Tony Lechner using a Bell GP.2 helmet.

BOSS Series (HSR)

2011 & 2012

For HSR's BOSS (Big Open Single Seat) series. Changing to metallic paint and a darker BRG. The helmet was a Simpson Super Voyager.

HSR, SVRA, and SCCA

The design was simplified slightly without the red dividing line. The helmet was a Simpson Voyager.

The Orginal

Created by Jamie Brooks, this basic design takes inspiration from Ayrton Senna's helmet. The helmet was a Simpson Voyager.

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