The Momo Clay Regazzoni wheel

The Momo Clay Regazzoni steering wheel is perhaps the most beautiful of the entire Signature series. The steering wheel is based on the Prototipo S, on the other hand, it shows visual aspects of the successful model Prototipo. The shape, size and dish are identical to the Prototipo S, plus the holes of the legendary Prototipo. It was available just like the Prototipo in black and silver, but only in 350mm diameter.

The steering wheel is a bit rarer than the Momo Jackie Stewart, you could say as rare as the Momo Jacky Ickx, but not as rare as the Momo Ronnie Peterson.

Momo Clay Regazzoni steering wheel 350 mm - silver

silver Momo Clay Regazzoni Signature steering wheel

Momo Clay Regazzoni steering wheel 350 mm

black Momo Clay Regazzoni Signature steering wheel

Facts about the Momo Clay Regazzoni steering wheel

  • Brand: Momo
  • Model: Clay Regazzoni signature wheel
  • Base: Prototipo S
  • Production years: mid 70s – early 80s
  • Size: 350mm diameter
  • Material: black leather
  • Color: silver and black
  • Shape: slightly dished

The Clay Regazzoni horn buttons

The helmet horn button was available without and with the chrome ring, but so far – I have never seen a Clay Regazzoni signature horn button.

momo clay regazzoni helmet horn button

Momo Clay Regazzoni helmet horn button

Momo helmet horn buttons - Ickx, Regazzoni, Lauda, Stewart

Ickx, Regazzoni, Lauda & Stewart horn buttons

About the racing driver Clay Regazzoni

Clay Regazzoni, who was born as Gian-Claudio Guiseppe Regazzoni on 5 September 1939 in Porza in Ticino and he was a true late starter as far as Formula 1 is concerned. He started his Formula 1 carrer at the age of 30 with Ferrari.

At the age of 25, he started racing, two years later he started competing in the Formula 3, then in the Formula 2. It was 1970, in his first year at Ferrari in the Formula 1, he finished third in the drivers’ world championship. Clay Regazzoni valued Niki Lauda very much and encouraged Enzo Ferrari to offer him a contract in 1974. From that time on they drove together for Ferrari and led the Ferrari team back to the top. In 1977, Clay Regazzoni eventually drove for Ensign because he had to leave Ferrari due to an accident caused by him with Niki Lauda. In 1979, he eventually changed to Williams and won the first Grand Prix victory for Williams ever. In 1980, after he returned to Ensign, in the 4th race in Long Beach, he had a serious accident, resulting in paralysis.

Despite his handicap, he raced several times in the Paris-Dakar Rally. Clay Regazzoni died in 2006 in a truck collision accident. The cause of the accident was never explained.

Clay won 5 Grand Prix victories in his Formula 1 career, 4 with Ferrari, 3 in his time with Niki Lauda. His greatest success was certainly the vice-world championship in 1974.