Gianni Rolando Signed Special Helmet Worn by Franco Morbidelli
At the MotoGP in Misano Franco Morbidelli, the first rider to enter Valentino Rossi's Academy who today competes for the Yamaha team, will wear a special helmet.
The former World 500cc rider Gianni Rolando has decided to give the young rider a replica helmet of the one he used to wear to compete.
This very helmet that will be worn by Morbidelli can be yours.
Rolando intends to give "a helmet for a helmet". The funds raised from the sale of this piece of memorabilia - signed by both of these exceptional riders - will go towards the purchase of a Paxman Scalp Cooler, a special helmet used to fight hair loss caused by chemotherapy treatments, to be donated to the Ospedale Infermi di Faenza.
- MotoGP helmet
- Signed by riders Rolando and Morbidelli
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