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AGV, Dainese run helmet design contest for Indianapolis MotoGP fans

June 18, 2013

The following is an industry press release...

Design your own helmet, and have it worn by Moto Gp rider, Andrea Ianonne, at the Indianapolis race this August. To participate, simply log in to www.AGV.com or www.dainese.com anytime between June 6th 2013 and June 28th 2013 to download the registration form. There, you will also find a file that contains the “Pista GP” helmet model. This can be used as a starting point for inspiration and creation.

After developing a unique design, it must be emailed to info@agv.it by midnight June 28th  2013.

AGV in conjunction with Andrea Ianonne will examine all entries from July 1st though July 5th. They will base their decision on the following criteria:

Originality of the design

Appropriate integration of the design, Moto GP, and the Indianapolis circuit.

Please visit AGV.com for full rules and details, and GOOD LUCK!

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