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1991 Ayrton Senna Rheos display Helmet, pained by SiD Brazil.


The 1991 Senna Rheos is one of the most iconic and sought after helmets in the helmet collecting world. This is an official, numbered replica from the SiS Brazil workshop that painted many of Ayrton's race helmets, and the Rheos 1991 produced to commenorate the Brazilian’s 3rd World Championship, is one of the rarest and most sought after.


Rheos is an exceedingly rare helmet (manufactured by Honda) and used by just two drivers in Formula 1 history, Gerhard Berger and Ayrton Senna. The Rheos was used for only for two seasons (1990 and 91) and this beautiful example is a fantastic accurate full scale example right down to his distinctive green lining.


1991 was Senna’s last and arguably greatest World Championship title. Honda maintained its winning momentum despite some issues with its new V12. Senna started the season winning the first four races, the streak included an emotional first-ever win on home ground in Brazil. That season, Senna and Mclaren’s competition came from the high tech Williams FW14 car in the capable hands of Nigel Mansell. The Williams became increasingly competitive as the year went on. Despite the strong Williams challenge, Senna’s fantastic season start gave him the cushion he needed and he went on to secure his third F1 title with 8 poles and 7 wins.


This display helmet is a numbered, limited edition, and comes with a SiD Brazil signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity.


In stock, enquiries welcome.

1991 Ayrton Senna Rheos display Helmet, pained by SiD Brazil

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