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Schumie Developing Noggin Protection

By May 13, 2008

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Michael Schumacher

Retired Formula 1 phenom Michael Schumacher has successfully dabbled in motorcycle racing, but now he's gone even further into the two-wheeled world by developing a sport riding helmet with Schuberth.

According to the company's website, Schumie is quoted as saying, "After seven years together in Formula 1 a cooperation with Schuberth is a logical continuation for me, nevertheless the deciding factor is not the successful past but the products’ sustainability."

A safety product developed by one of the greatest racers ever is sure to feature engineering details that mere mortals can't offer, and I certainly hope the upcoming Schuberth RACE helmet lives up to the hype.

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Comments
May 13, 2008 at 6:31 am
(1) BangaloreGuy says:

I only hope Schuberth doesnt price so wayy its off the ordinary biker’s wallet!

But, welcome the thrust of schumi.

May 13, 2008 at 4:14 pm
(2) mMrs Gail j Gray says:

Michael Schumacher is a clever man, he certainly knows what to do.he is full of great talents he is unmeasureable and a great guy.

May 14, 2008 at 7:03 pm
(3) FrankG says:

I totally agree with both of you guys up there…
will probably be on my “Christmas” list…

May 15, 2008 at 10:26 pm
(4) Rudolph.a.Furtado says:

I had been for the “Malaysian Moto Gp 2007″ at Sepang and inspected a few “Helmets” on display at the stalls.Honestly the prices Rs 30,000 approx/Helmet( US $’S 750 approx) were beyond the purchasing power of an average biker, hence the “COST FACTOR” is very important for the success of any product.

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