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In a site, I saw a question about how many visors are put in a helmet of a F1 racing driver. Does any of you know something about it?
At any one time there’s only 1 visor attached, but they have multiple rip-offs.
I’d like to know if there’s anything special about the visor in F1 helmets that makes them different from others.
One interesting thing I learned about the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is that the drivers use a clear visor with tinted tear offs to make the conversion to night.
@lite992 in what aspect? Strength? Material? Construction? Special features?
I know they’re (supposed to be) bullet-proof, literally. They test it with a handgun on 25cm distance.
@raymondu999 All of the above
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