Red Bull Team-Issued Cap Signed by Daniel Ricciardo
Take home this official Red Bull Racing cap issued for Australian driver Daniel Joseph Ricciardo.
After his early training with the Red Bull Junior Team, Ricciardo went on to become champion of the Formula Renault WEC in 2008 and the British F3 with Carlin in 2009; the is the first driver in Western Australia to have competed in Formula 1, the class he has been competing in since 2011.
This cap has been personalized with the driver's screen-printed signature and number.
Ricciardo has also signed the cap under the visor, making it a unique collector's item.
- Official Red Bull cap
- Issued for Daniel Ricciardo
- Signed under visor
- Embroidered Daniel Ricciardo signature and number
- Flexfit cap
- One size
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