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Throwback…Monday! Rossi sports 1996 replica lid at Sepang

Way back when, there was a young rider from Tavullia just starting his career. Getting ready to take on the world, Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) would go on to fight that fight and win it nine times…so far, at least. But even back then, the Italian had some distinctive signs of the personality he would become – including the sun and moon logos he still wears today. They were the basis of his 1996 helmet, and the ‘Doctor’ went back to basics at testing on Monday as he showed off an updated version of that very same lid.

Stepping away from the Huichol art of his previously-revealed winter testing helmet, Rossi went back to the beginning in style and the design is just as good today as it was then. A point to be made, perhaps, as the Italian enters his 23rd season of competition and is still racing and winning at 38.

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Arnab Chatterjee

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Arnab Chatterjee is the brand manager of Performance Factory. He is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the image of Performance Factory across all platforms. An avid motorcyclist himself, often loves to get his creativity flowing on the latest happenings in the world of automobiles from all over the world

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