Leon Haslam will be wearing a special Arai helmet to support ‘SPARKS’, which stands for Sports Aiding medical Research for Kids at this years WSBK race at Silverstone (31st July).
Haslam is also personally donating £10 for every point he scores in the 2011 WSBK season to the charity.
The design features a bright blue base covered in yellow stars – which is the colour scheme for the SPARKS charity. The helmet also features an infant’s hand reaching out and holding an adult’s finger around the base and the sides of the helmet.
The rear features a giant star with a child’s eye staring out.
Leon Haslam said:
“I first played golf in a SPARKS event in 2003 and it’s a great organisation. The work they do through medical research really has made a difference for thousands of children and families and continues to do so. I scored 376 points in 2010 but I’d rather score what Max Biaggi scored with 451, win the Championship and hand over a bigger cheque to SPARKS! I love the unique paintwork on my Arai RX-7 GP for Silverstone, too. Of course it looks superb, but at the same time underlines the mission of help and support that SPARKS gives to kids beautifully.”
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