Bell Helmets GP.2 Carbon Series Racing Helmet SA10
The GP.2 Carbon combines advanced F1 styling, an innovative air intake system for maximum ventilation and leading-edge aerodynamic performance. The Snell SA2010/FIA8858 GP.2 Carbon is a fantastic choice for open wheel, formula racers and karters who demand superior features, lightweight and excellent fit. The versatility of the ear cup and top forced air options also allow the GP.2 Carbon to be used in closed car forms of racing.
- Aerodynamically Sleek, Lightweight and Efficient
- FIA8858 specification
- Snell SA2010 certification
- Sizes 7-1/8 Minus (57-) to 7-3/4 Plus (62)
- 287 SRV shield
- Innovative air intake system
- Ultra-lightweight carbon shell
- Aero chin bar
- Pro-style interior for outstanding comfort
- Top forced air kit compatible
- Interior that can be adapted for use with ear cups
- Face piece with recessed areas that allow for seamless radio integration and easy installation
- M6 terminal hardware for head and neck restraint device anchor systems
Bell Helmet Sizing Chart (PDF)
- This product is discontinued.
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