2006 Jorge Lorenzo Signed World Championship Race Used Fortuna Aprilia 250cc Helmet

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2006 Jorge Lorenzo Signed World Championship Race Used Fortuna Aprilia 250cc Helmet

Race-used helmet worn by Jorge Lorenzo during the 2006 250cc World Championship while riding for the Fortuna Aprilia team.

He is a five-time World Champion, with three MotoGP World Championships (2010, 2012 and 2015) and two 250cc World Championships (2006 and 2007).

Lorenzo made his championship debut on his fifteenth birthday, on the second qualifying day for the 2002 125cc Spanish Grand Prix, after having to miss Friday practice as he was not old enough to race.

In 2006 Lorenzo ran in 16 races in the 250cc World Championship, winning 8 races and notching 10 poles and 11 podiums, taking his first World Championship along the way. Lorenzo’s victory at Misano in 2007 was his 16th in the 250cc class, making him the most successful Spanish rider of all time in the intermediate class – with one more victory than Dani Pedrosa and Sito Pons.

With 47 premier class wins Lorenzo is 5th in the all-time list of premier class race winners. In 2022, Lorenzo was inducted into the MotoGP Hall of Fame as an official Legend by the FIM.

The helmet comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity.