Randy was wearing a newly designed Aldo Drudi Helmet – the RX-7 GP Arai in a distinctive “Randy” livery – that had been presented to him earlier in the day by Michael Dunlop; the helmet will be available at the end of 2012 (details below).The Northern Ireland man joined a number of riders including Ian Hutchinson, Josh Brookes, Philip McCallen and BSB and WSB Champion Neil Hodgson in lapping the famous TT Mountain Course in a parade lap.Kevin Schwantz, who won a total of 25 races between 1998 and 1994 and stood on the podium in the world championships a further 26 times, appeared on a Suzuki GSXR-1000 while Mamola, widely considered as one of the most talented riders never to have won a world championship but who finished runner up four times, rode a Ducati Panigale.Randy Mamola clearly enjoyed his first experience of the Mountain Course.Randy Mamola says: “This event epitomizes the spirit of motorcycling. It’s really in your blood. I really enjoyed the lap but I think the British guys were trying to throw us by sending us straight. Phil came through perfectly. I did however learn that when there is a sign coming it’s an indication that there’s more of a corner.”Kevin Schwantz was also thrilled at being involved with the event.Kevin Schwantz says: “I have more and more respect for what these guys do. It is a completely different, skill and mindset and you need a memory like an elephant. It makes Grand Prix racing look easy.”Arai RX-7 GP Randy Mamola Replica Info:The new RX-7 GP Randy Mamola Replica is expected at official Arai dealers at the end of this year.The RX-7 GP Arai is one of the first helmets to meet both ECE regulation 22-05 and the SNELL M2010 standard. This was made possible because of the extremely strong and stiff SNC (Structural Net Composite) superfiber outer shell that incorporates a structural net reinforcing material embedded between Arai’s exclusive Super Complex Laminate layers.Air Wing spoiler and the very efficient Diffuser ventilation system. Both have made the RX-7 GP the favourite helmet among dedicated sports riders and racers alike.