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GALLERY: Albon, Leclerc, Zhou and more get ready for the Singapore GP with special helmet designs


Formula 1 has returned to Singapore for the first time since 2019 and as we get set to go racing under the bright lights of Marina Bay, a number of the drivers have been showcasing their eye-catching one-off helmet designs for this weekend’s action.

Alex Albon

The Thai driver will be sporting a special helmet, amazingly designed by the children at the Wak Sakraeo orphanage in Thailand, which will go towards raising money for their sports hall. Sky blue all over, it also features a big smile, a group of kids holding hands, an elephant and much more.

Sebastian Vettel

The German driver is a five-time winner of the Singapore GP and in his final race here, Vettel is sporting a striking all black number with rainbow patterns running through the middle of his helmet.

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Charles Leclerc

The pole-sitter for Sundays race has unveiled a beautiful metallic gold helmet that looks to have quite a bit of glitter at the top, which is sure to sparkle under the lights this weekend.

Zhou Guanyu

Back in April, Zhou Guanyu tweeted his delight at all the bubble tea stores in Melbourne. So, fast forward seven months and the Chinese racer has brought a peach coloured bubble tea inspired helmet, showing his love for the beverage.

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George Russell

Earlier in the week, Mercedes and Petronas announced that both parties had put pen to paper on a new contract to continue their partnership beyond 2026. And as a tribute to his team’s title sponsor, Russell is sporting a newly designed helmet at the race closest to Petronas’s home.

Lando Norris

For all the gamers out there, Lando Norris has an exceptional design for you all this weekend, as he will be seen rocking a special green Halo MasterChief helmet around Marina Bay.

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Fernando Alonso

The Spaniard is another driver sporting a new lid this weekend, as while his helmet features his and Alpine's usual blue colours at the front, the back is white and pink, with a world map and a simple message for us all ahead of his record-breaking 350th Grand Prix start.

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