Haas racer Romain Grosjean will honor the memory of the MotoGP champion Of 2006 Nicky Hayden.
At the United States Grand Prix, which will be held in Austin from 20 to 22 October, the French will perform in the helmet with a special livery dedicated to American racing driver, tragically died in an accident in may this year.
On the back of the helmet in honor of Hayden is pictured with his number 69 and the words with his nickname “Kentucky kid”.
In the front is the image of the lower face of the Romaine with the text “I’m not a whiner.” It is clear that Haden is irrelevant, and is associated with numerous complaints of Grosjean on the brakes.
“It is not clear why Grosjean introduced the helmet for the U.S. Grand Prix now and why on the obverse side he depicted himself (which he does not complain)?” asked one user on Twitter.
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#USGP special helmet. Tribute to Nicky Hayden
Design @adripaviot and painting by @BsDesignsHelmet pic.twitter.com/0GwINeyyOX
— Romain Grosjean (@RGrosjean) 11 Aug 2017
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