⟶ Jens Munser is the man behind Sebastian’s Helmet Designs. Over the years he and his Team have designed over 170 Helmets with him.

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At night races like in Bahrain, chrome helmets are particularly impressive: The new design runs towards the rear in a cyan-chrome blue, which is set off with neon red elements. The black, red and gold of the German flag has remained, but each color is shown in three shades.
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“No borders, just horizon – only freedom”: That was the motto of the aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart. The American wanted to express what connects us earth citizens and not what separates us. The focus of this new helmet design is a rainbow as a symbol of the diversity of people and all their forms of life in a unified and harmonious world. The color spectrum is embedded in the basic color of the helmet, which flows from white to black. The cultures of this world are shown graphically at the bottom. The message, which is very dear to Sebastian Vettel’s heart in these difficult times and which has significantly inspired the design, can be found on the top of the helmet: “together as one” – standing together in unison.
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On May 7, 2006 Michael Schumacher won the Formula 1 World Championship round on the Nürburgring – the European Grand Prix. 14 years later, the Schumacher era continues in the premier class: Mick Schumacher, the 21-year-old son of the seven-time world champion, sits in the Alfa Romeo in the first Friday practice session at the Nürburgring. Sebastian Vettel, like Schumacher, a Ferrari driver with starting number 5, shows a special helmet design as a tribute to his role model and his friend. Elements of Michael’s helmet design from 2006 (like the dragon or the Chinese characters for the names of his loved ones) are designed with a 3D relief effect and painted matt white. The colors of the German national flag are superimposed, which allow the lines of the famous Schumacher star design to shine through.
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Of course, the Arabian night will also be glittering in 2019: the finale of the Formula 1 season will be Sebastian’s flag of Germany is divided into chrome and neon colors and is therefore too clearly visible in the dark as well as in the evening sun. For a greater contrast, however, the neon colors are matt lacquered. The basic color changes from front to back from a transparent glitter white to silver flake, which was painted on chrome.
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From a little distance, Sebastian Vettel’s helmet looks pretty normal for the Brazilian GP. The details only reveal themselves at second glance. The usual Germany colors in the longitudinal direction Six glittering stripes are laid out over the helmet, reminiscent of a disco wallpaper from the 1970s. In contrast, the design elements such as the horse, the 5 and the Vettel logo are painted in a deep burgundy red. In 1947, the first production Ferrari of the 125 S type was presented in this color, called “Rosso Barchetta”.
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For several years now, the helmets for Sebastian’s favorite race, Suzuka, have been designed in collaboration with Agnieszka Wienand. The ninja comes from her, and in recent years has been found in different versions on all Japan helmets, as a symbol of the will to fight. In the meantime, the figure has developed its own dynamic: fans are copying it and bringing it down as a lucky charm for Sebastian. The name of the traditional Japanese route is written in large letters on the top of the helmet in the German national colors. The red ninja on the back is the center of a halo made of the Japanese national colors red and white. White symbolizes purity and sincerity, red stands for courage, openness and passion.
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After Sebastian’s first glitter helmet for the Singapore Night GP in 2010 and many light effects in the following years, it was time for a completely chrome-coated head protection. The famous horse from Ferrari, the 5 from Sebastian and the SV logo are set off in a 3D effect, and are elegantly fogged with hologram dust.
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Sebastian’s new helmet is a curtsy to the past: when Formula 1 drivers used a full-face helmet for up to two years in the early 1970s and the head protection looked appropriately shot down; and when the drivers themselves fiddled with the design with colored electrical tape. The retro look of the Vettel Monza helmet begins at the back with the green-white-red stripes for Italy, jumps over to the German colors on the top, and then shifts back to the Ferrari tricolor on the front. The Ferrari logo on the back is in the previous look. The “cavallino rampante” by Ferrari and the 5 by Vettel are on a matt background with a weathered radiator look Applied to the helmet with clear varnish, just like a writer used to work – with masking tape or stencils, with a spray can and the inevitable tears. The used look is perfectly implemented, including (painted) chips on the front and mosquito residues.
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At the German Grand Prix, Ferrari star Sebastian Vettel competed with a helmet design à la Bernd Schneider. In Belgium, he and his helmet designer Jens Munser rely on optical illusion. The eighth helmet design by Sebastian Vettel in the 2019 season shows, in addition to the usual flag and the sponsor logos, many gray triangles, which are arranged like salt crystals in a 3D look and give the helmet surface an apparently tangible depth. Of course that’s just a delusion and in reality everything is smooth and aerodynamic – for a good flow of air to the airbox of his matt red company car.
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To celebrate “125 years of motorsport” from Mercedes, there is also a driver in Hockenheim who is inextricably linked to automobile racing and the Mercedes brand – Bernd Schneider, the most successful DTM driver with five titles and 43 victories. There are some similarities between the helmet designs by Bernd and Sebastian, but the arrangement of the German colors at Schneider is horizontal and not running across the helmet as with Sebastian.
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The helmet, used for the first time in France, shows its normal, white design with some new lacquer effects. While the background is made up of XXL pearl effect pigments, which shimmer reddish in the light, small squares in white were applied over it. They give the impression that matt white cubes are tumbling from top to bottom and disappear in the shimmering nothing.
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In honor of the three-time world champion, Sebastian Vettel wears a special helmet design in Monaco. On May 20th, Niki Lauda’s fighter heart stopped beating. Formula 1 honors the great man in various ways. Ferrari star Sebastian Vettel says goodbye to Niki Lauda in his own way. In Monte Carlo, Vettel shows the bright orange-red of the earlier Lauda helmet from the 70s, including white lettering. Together with his helmet designer Jens Munser (JMD), Seb has incorporated various portraits of the Austrian racing legend on the back of the helmet.
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The World Cup final in Abu Dhabi leads from sunset into night under the 1000 lights of the Yas Marina Circuit. The new helmet paint by Sebastian Vettel is a mixture of a three-dimensional perforated sheet look and a hologram fog, which creates conspicuous, circular glowing effects when exposed to light. The effects are doubled with a chrome background due to the reflection.
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Sebastian owns well over 100 helmets with a brightly painted shell, but for the 2018 Austin, Texas race part of the design has been moved to the inner part of his Arai helmet. The interior made of fireproof Nomex was printed by JMD using a new process. Inside, it shows part of the US flag with white stars on a blue background, representing today’s 50 states, while the red and white stripes of the 13 original states have been painted on the lower part of the head protection. It is the first inside & outside design of a Formula 1 helmet.
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A Vettel helmet for Singapore for the first time without glitter flakes, it’s like an iPhone without a jack plug. The background – to create different effects under the 1600 light elements of the Night Grand Prix. For this purpose, a special hologram effect in silver and black was applied, which breaks down the incident light into luminous spectral colors and reflects it like the surface of a CD. The design consists only of the German colors and a combination of black hologram with matt white. The lettering “five” was designed by the leather manufacturer Schedoni, which has been working with Ferrari for 40 years and has inscribed the racing seats of stars such as Prost, Mansell, Berger and Schumacher with their typical handwriting.
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It stood as a lucky charm on the right side of his balaclava, before Sebastian Vettel’s first World Championship final in Abu Dhabi in 2010. His then Red Bull Racing racing engineer Guillaume (“Rocky”) Rocquelin had written MONZA on the right side of the fireproof cap , Lucky charm and memory of Vettel’s first GP victory in 2008, when Sebastian drove the opponents to the ground with the inferior Toro Rosso racer. A few hours later it was clear – the lucky charm had worked, Vettel sensationally clinched his first title in Arabia. In 2018, MONZA is on the right side of the helmet, in a graphic arrangement of rectangles in different shades of gray, the font is reminiscent of earlier racing posters for the Italian Grand Prix. The word FIVE can be seen on the left of the helmet – for Vettel’s fifth title, the big goal in the 2018 season.
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The classic design by Sebastian was painted in a mix of many effects on this helmet. A wide variety of holograms, flakes and nuances are incorporated into the flag, around the 5 and also on the Ferrari horse, which – especially in sunlight – create a real firework of colors.
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Every now and then Sebastian Vettel and designer Jens Munser let an artist work with the helmet of the four-time Formula 1 world champion, for the home race in Hockenheim 2018 that is the Berlin-based Christoph Niemann. The 47-year-old illustrator, artist and book author was inspired by the winter tests in Barcelona. As a Formula 1 newcomer, he was fascinated by the sound, which he wanted to implement on the helmet. He also found it fascinating how man and machine work together to the limit. Christoph Niemann: “Apart from the fact that I should include the German colors, I had a free hand. The circles stand by the side for the fascinating sound of these cars. Vettel told me how important it is in his job to focus on the essentials So I started with different stripes at the back, which initially overlap, but then become parallel and end in a red line.”
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The Canada helmet with its striking neon red elements and the neon glowing German flag has done its duty – after Sebastian Vettel’s victory in Montreal, it is in a showcase. But the combination of neon red and white was so appealing that it was included again. For this purpose, the optics of a concrete formwork wall is coated in as a basis.
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Like all 2018 helmets, Sebastian’s helmet is kept very simple and reduced for the Monaco race. Only the specially designed Monaco lettering and the striking silver stand out. Special hologram pigments are incorporated into the paint, which glow in a circle in the light. In addition, the black rubber edge was exchanged for a white one and some visor screws were refined with the Cavallino Rampante, Ferrari’s thoroughbred horse.
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For several years now, Agnieszka Wienand from Windeck has been providing drawings and suggestions for the helmets that Sebastian wears at the Japanese GP. This year the JMD team went one better and invited the artist to paint the Arai race helmet directly in the JMD rooms with acrylic paint and brushes. With the exception of the sponsor’s logos and a protective clear coat, the entire design was created using classic painting techniques. >> 05 | 10 | 2017 GP Japan helmet, origins
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The black and white helmet is divided on the left and right with elements that are repeated on both sides in opposite directions. A linear effect was used for the black areas in order to create a glitter-like light reflex with different incidence of light.
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After the FIA ​​banned all electronics on a racing helmet in 2012 immediately after the Sebastian Vettel LED helmet was used, this year, the JMD team built a reflective material into the paintwork, which reflects almost all of the incident light. In addition, this light is colored by an additional prism effect when moving in a color spectrum from luminous yellow to luminous red to pink.
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It takes a very special reason for Sebastian Vettel to swap the usual German colors on his helmet for the Italian tricolor. The new three-year contract with Ferrari and the 70th anniversary of his Italian employer were reasons to thank Ferrari. While the Ferrari horse and Sebastian’s number 5 shine in chrome effect on a perforated sheet look, the Ferrari logo on the back of the helmet is coated in 0.1 mm thick golden real metal.
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Sebastian Vettel’s last helmet before the Formula 1 summer break looks quite unspectacular in the shade, but when light falls in, the transparent, white glitter turns into a gold-like shade. The Cavallino by Ferrari and the starting number 5 on the side were also painted in a new, black prism effect.
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Sebastian Vettel’s helmet for the Silverstone GP is inspired by a helmet that the JMD team painted for Germany’s YouTuber “Dner” Felix von der Laden. The design is made up of numerous triangles that become darker towards the back in different shades of gray. Light blue elements are incorporated as a color accent.
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On a basic shade of cappuccino brown we find lettering in bronze glitter – with the word Monaco designed by Schedoni on one side and the start number 5 on the other. All colors with the exception of the bronze flake are matt lacquered. On the back you can see the bright light blue graphic of a 1955 advertising poster for the Monaco Grand Prix.
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Using a special process, the JMD team painted Sebastian Vettel’s fifth helmet of the 2017 season with a silver carbon look. The German colors are transparent lacquered so that this checked effect shines through there as well. Sebastian’s helmets for the 2017 season opener all have one thing in common: an extremely light paintwork. Due to the technical changes this season and the associated higher cornering speeds, it was necessary to reduce the weight of the helmet paint to an absolute minimum. Special effects such as chrome or glitter are therefore initially dispensed with – with the result that the paintwork has been able to be reduced to a weight of less than 20 grams!
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After every GP victory, Sebastian takes his helmet home with him as a kind of trophy. So it was time to go into broad design guidelines. This shows gray dots that get smaller towards the front.
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Sebastian Vettel competes in 2017 with the same helmet colors as in previous years. However, the Ferrari star and his helmet designer Jens Munser use an old trick by Michael Schumacher. Almost everything in Formula 1 is new, but the basic design of Sebastian Vettel’s helmet has remained the same. Sebastian’s helmets for the 2017 season opener all have one thing in common: an extremely light paintwork. Due to the technical changes this season and the associated higher cornering speeds, it was necessary to reduce the weight of the helmet paint to an absolute minimum. Special effects such as chrome or glitter are therefore initially dispensed with – with the result that the paintwork could be reduced to a weight of less than 20 grams! In order to achieve this astonishing number, the painting system was changed and new technical processes for light coating were introduced. The JMD team around Jens Munser acquired the basic knowledge for these lightweight paintwork years ago. By a driver who thought about physical fitness and the strain on the neck from the helmet long before the other pilots: Michael Schumacher. In terms of design, Sebastian has remained true to his striking white design with the stripes for Germany. The starting number required for the onboard camera on the top of the helmet is permanently advertised as FIVE this year.
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For the World Cup final in Abu Dhabi, Sebastian Vettel is moving out with a slightly different helmet design: a mixture of hologram, flake and chrome should conjure up an effective conclusion in sunlight as well as under artificial lighting. The lettering “Five” in Arabic script is lacquered on the top of the helmet.
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The fighter, who does not let himself get down, adorns Sebastian Vettel’s Japan helmet and shows, coincidentally or not, parallels to the situation in the world championship. There is no giving up, and as long as one wheel is still turning, the fighting will continue. The entire helmet is matte, and all logos are only represented by a drop shadow.
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A Vettel helmet for Singapore for the first time without glitter flakes, it’s like an iPhone without a jack plug. The background – to create different effects under the 1600 light elements of the Night Grand Prix. For this purpose, a special hologram effect in silver and black was applied, which breaks down the incident light into luminous spectral colors and reflects it like the surface of a CD. The design consists only of the German colors and a combination of black hologram with matt white. The lettering “five” was designed by the leather manufacturer Schedoni, which has been working with Ferrari for 40 years and has inscribed the racing seats of stars such as Prost, Mansell, Berger and Schumacher with their typical handwriting.
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The home spectacle of Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari team makes it compulsory for the Heppenheimer to wear the national colors of Italy on the helmet in the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza. So that it is easily recognizable for thousands of passionate Tifosi, the Italian tricolor can be seen prominently in the rear area, it shines in chrome-reflecting green, white and red. The basic color of the helmet is gray in this version and runs in the usual stripes towards the front White. The start number 5 on the side is larger, and it bears the five as the word “Cinque” on the top of the helmet – also as a hint: Title number 5 remains the fixed goal.
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Sebastian Vettel has ridden more than a hundred different helmet designs so far, and they all had one thing in common: none of them were green. Now it was time to use the color of calm and poise for a job in the red car. Because even if both colors are complementary to each other, the right mix of staying calm and being aggressive is a key to success in every race.
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Light leather, high-gloss mahogany wood and chrome elements. A combination of materials that was used in the vehicles of the Ferrari brand in the post-war period. The Monaco design for Sebastian this year picks up on exactly these materials and takes the viewer back to a time when plastic and boring interior fittings did not yet determine the look of a vehicle’s interior.
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Hardly any other color is so associated with an automobile brand as red is with Ferrari. For Sebastian’s latest helmet, the right side belongs in a set chrome-red, the upper area was painted in white as always. The “cavallino rampante”, the rearing horse, is an original photographed emblem and stands from a vehicle of the Ferrari Enzo type.
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Sebastian’s first new design for the 2016 season is essentially the same as that of the previous season. Only the proportion of chrome surfaces has been increased and two lines now divide the area behind the Cavallino Rampante on one side and behind the SV logo on the other. In addition to the new sponsor Riva Boats, the Kaspersky logo has also increased. The flag has also been redistributed and has a greater proportion of black and less gold.
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The history of the world’s best-known car maker can be found in condensed form on Sebastian Vettel’s latest helmet – in the form of pencil drawings. You can find not only the first production Ferrari, the pretty 125S from 1947, but also legendary models such as the Testarossa, GTO and F40. In addition, the most outstanding pilots who worked for the Scuderia: Count Berghe von Trips is immortalized, as is Gilles Villeneuve, Niki Lauda, ​​Michael Schumacher and the helmet wearer. Enzo Ferrari in his early years as a racing driver and the famous Maranello factory gate adorn the upper part.
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The helmet for use on Sebastian’s favorite track, Suzuka, differs significantly from the others – because apart from the sponsor’s logos, all design elements such as the German flag are not painted on with paint, but with simple crayons by hand! Since Japan is not in the desert, the design was then covered with a matt clear varnish to protect against possible rain.
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The street course of Singapore with its 1600 light sources is directly after a helmet with reflective glitter effects. Even with Sebastian’s fixed Ferrari helmet design, some variations remain possible for a special helmet – for the night GP with many hologram glitter values ​​that are so disgusting that they can be put on by hand.
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A new chapter in helmet design was opened for Sebastian Vettel’s first Ferrari home game in Monza. It wasn’t the paintwork that was changed, but the fireproof Nomex inner padding of his Arai carbon helmet – it is now upholstered in the colors of the Italian tricolor. A nice gesture for the Tifosi and his racing team and all of this without any risk of conflicting with the FIA ​​law, which forbids changing the basic helmet design.
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After Sebastian won in Hungary, the helmet used on the Hungaroring went to his home, as did all the winning helmets. A helmet with the same design was then made for the race in Belgium, as prescribed by the car association for 2015 – the helmet however runs from the basic color white to chrome at the rear, and the national colors of Germany are also reflected in chrome. Effect. So that there are no problems with the FIA, the basic appearance of the helmet remains the same. When Sebastian is in the car, most fans won’t be able to make any difference.
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After changing the basic helmet design was banned in Formula 1, Sebastian’s design traveled back in time to the 70s for this year’s Monaco GP weekend without deviating from the usual color scheme. The look joins the line of legendary helmets such as those worn by Jody Scheckter, James Hunt or Niki Lauda. Typical of the helmets at that time were the visors that seem huge today or the extremely thick rubber edges, and the visor mechanism the driver had only a simple push button that held the visor down.
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