Rally helmets are becoming increasingly popular, with drivers and fans taking to the streets in droves to get their hands on them.
In Australia, a group of rally helmets that have been on sale for years have taken the spotlight, attracting a great deal of attention from drivers and spectators alike.
Now, a pair of helmets that feature the logos of the sport’s biggest brands have gone on sale in Sydney, Australia, and will be on sale until December.
One of the helmets is a Rallying Helmet from the brand Rallying and Racing, which has been in the Australian racing scene since the 1980s.
The Rallying helmet is a white rally helmet with a large logo on the back, which looks like a rally flag with the slogan “Rally” written on it.
It has a large red stripe on the front of the helmet that indicates the time and a large white circle on the bottom of the front.
The other is the Rallying Helmets, which is a red Rallying, Racing and Rally helmet with the logos and slogans of the brands that were used on the helmets in Australia.
The logos of Rallying helmets have changed over the years, with the two original Rallying logos on the helmet being replaced by newer designs.
In the UK, a Rally Helmets from the company Fitted & Co are now on sale, but the Rally Helmet is still based on the Rally Helmet from Rallying & Racing.
In a bid to raise awareness about the growing popularity of the Rally helmet, the Australian Rally Team, which operates the Rally Australia and Rally Tasmania events, has set up an online fundraising campaign, raising $2.4 million to help buy helmets.
Australian Rally Team leader Chris Heap, who also runs the Australian Racing Team, told News24: “I think people are getting a bit frustrated with the helmets, and we have a very popular sport in Australia, so we thought it was important to try and get some support and help get the Rally helmets in the hands of as many people as possible.”
The Rally Australia, which takes place in Canberra on December 4, is one of Australia’s biggest and most popular motorsport events, and attracts around 1 million spectators each year.
Tickets are available from Ticketek, and can be bought at the event site.
Rally Tasmania, which runs the rally Tasmania event in the Northern Territory, has also started selling Rally helmets.
A Rally Helmet at the Rally Tasmania event.
“We’ve been working hard on getting these in the paddock, but we can’t get to the venue in time for the event,” said a Rally Tasmania spokesperson.
“It’s really tough to get them out there because the roads are so difficult, so I can’t even tell you how much work goes into getting these to the paddocks.”