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Pininfarina and Roux Helmets unveil striking new line of racing helmets - Pininfarina
July 17, 2023

Pininfarina and Roux Helmets unveil striking new line of racing helmets

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    July 17, 2023

The legendary Italian design house and the leading helmet manufacturer join forces for an exclusive collection of racing helmets, designed meticulously for both close cockpit (GT) and open cockpit racing, and suitable for competitions from Formula 4 to Formula 1.

In a historic partnership merging the worlds of design and motorsports, legendary Italian design house Pininfarina and leading helmet manufacturer Roux Helmets are thrilled to announce the launch of a stunning new line of helmets.

Built on the promise of superior safety, exclusive design, and unparalleled comfort, this collaboration harmoniously intertwines Pininfarina’s unparallel design prowess with Roux’s time-tested commitment to protective gear for motorsports.

The new line of helmets represents a ground-breaking achievement for both organizations. Leveraging Pininfarina’s pedigree of designing iconic automobiles for Ferrari, Maserati, and Alfa Romeo, the designs exude sleekness and sophistication, while preserving the highest level of safety standards.

“This project represents for Pininfarina a step forward in our strategy to design a full experience. From our automotive heritage to all the design products that can benefit from it, pushed by the same, deep, passion” said Paolo Trevisan, VP Design of Pininfarina of America. “For this reason, Roux is a perfect partner for us, since it shares our same authentic passion for the motorsport..

“Our partnership with Roux Helmets is a celebration of our shared values of quality, and innovation,” commented Francisco Barboza, Senior Design Manager of Pininfarina of America. “We have channeled our design experience to engineera helmet that is not only aesthetically appealing but also provides the ultimate safety to the drivers.”