Daniel Ricciardo 2019 Helmet Poster


Daniel Ricciardo’s 2019 helmet is one of the most unique designs to be worn by a Formula One driver. Having left Red Bull he was able to get really creative with a new colour scheme and design, sporting his nickname ‘Honey Badger’ on the back and his race number 3 on the side.This blue, pink and green helmet really shows Ricciardo’s personality and his goofy, wild side.

This high quality poster is printed at 9600 x 2400 dpi on 240gsm paper with a glossy finish and is delivered UNFRAMED.

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Daniel Joseph Ricciardo is an Italian-Australian racing driver who is currently competing in Formula One, under the Australian flag and race number 3. He made his debut at the 2011 British Grand Prix with the HRT team as part of a deal with Red Bull Racing, for whom he was test driving under its sister team Scuderia Toro Rosso.

Ricciardo joined Toro Rosso in 2012 full time after the team changed its driver lineup and drove a Ferrari -powered car for them in 2012 and 2013. In 2014, Ricciardo was promoted to Red Bull as a replacement for the retired Mark Webber alongside multiple time world champion Sebastian Vettel. In his first season with Red Bull under Renault power, Ricciardo finished third in the championship with his first three Formula One wins, in Canada, Hungary, and Belgium.

After two years without victory, Ricciardo returned to the top of the podium at the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, eventually sealing third in the championship for the second time in three years at the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix. He has since added victories at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in 2017 and the Chinese and Monaco Grands Prix in 2018. After 2018, Ricciardo signed on at Renault and raced there in 2019 and 2020 seasons. He will join McLaren for the 2021 and 2022 Formula One seasons.

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A3, A4


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