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NORRIS showed off a helmet design designed by a six-year-old EVA

How a six-year-old girl’s drawing became the basis for a new Lando Norris helmet design at his home race in Silverstone.

Helmet it is white and generally very simple. And yet it is originality the one that excites. Six years old Eva Muttram sent the basis for a new helmet design Landoa Norrisa, team racer McLaren, who will compete with her in the home race in Silverstone.

And young British is now his own new helmet also presented to the public. It is visible on the helmet logo British racer in black and his name and surname in blue and orange, next to it is another small race car, also in orange - of course with the usual sponsor stickers.

Such will be the design of Lando Norris ’helmet at his home race in Silverstone. The author is six-year-old girl Eva Muttram, who recalled memories of his childhood in a McLaren race car.

"I love that design. It’s a lot of white, but it’s beautiful nonetheless. With these colors, however, it became very original. So, thank you very much, Eva.”But why did it Norris opted for this design, from various drafts sentthat were submitted in the competition? “The drawing reminds me a lot of me when I was little, when I designed helmets and painted them."

Lando proudly presented the masterpiece of little Eva, which will be on display for the entire racing weekend of the British Grand Prix in Silvesrtone, right in the McLarna… race car.

The idea of ​​a small Eve she convinced him immediately. “It's just completely different from what he's used to,”To me Norris. "Because there’s not all that glamor and glamor and stuff like that.“And it probably won’t only design from the fans he will be wearing to the race this year Formula 1. Young British namely, it announces: “I hope we will be able to run even more competitions in other races.

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Posted by: Bojan Vrbnjak

F1 enthusiast, golf, travel enthusiast and amateur photographer.

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