Paul Nagle has revealed his new helmet design for the 2022 season  

M-Sport Ford World Rally Team have announced a three-year deal with Bell Racing Helmets, the world’s leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art head protection.

The brand is making a return to the World Rally Championship in 2021, Bell has used two years of research and development with drivers and teams to set new standards of comfort, performance, and acoustics.

As a result Paul and his driver Craig Breen will sport new Bell helmets for the season ahead. 

On Sunday, Kerry Motorsport News revealed Breen’s new helmet and today, Tuesday, we can reveal Paul’s new helmet livery – sponsored by his long-time supporter Mallow Road Motors. A nice touch is the map of Ireland on it’s base.

Since forming their new partnership, development work has started with WRC drivers working alongside M-Sport and Bell, to help further develop Bell’s product range heading into 2022. 

Bell’s development and manufacturing base in Bahrain is home to a wide range of rally and circuit series helmets tried and tested by its brand ambassadors, who already include Craig and Formula 1 drivers such as Charles Leclerc. 

Since 1954, Bell has worked closely with drivers to pioneer new technologies, provide insights, and continuously improve Bell’s engineering. 

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