Head and Neck Restraint Systems
|Note: Head and Neck Restraint Devices bearing SFI or FIA approval are now required for all SCCA Road Racing events! This includes all Regional and National Club Racing and Pro Racing events.|
The most common fatal racing injury is Basilar Skull Fracture (BSF). Even non-fatal neck injuries can cause you to miss days or even weeks of work. A proper head and neck restraint helps to reduce the risk and severity of those injuries. Cage nets also add significant protection by restraining the driver's head from excessive lateral movement in the case of a side impact. Many auto racing sanctioning bodies now require a head and neck restraint meeting SFI 38.1 (such as the R3) or FIA 8858 (such as the HANS Device), and an SFI 37.1 approved cage net in sedans.
Foam neck collars do not prevent any injury. They are designed solely for comfort, taking some of the weight of the helmet off of your neck muscles. Tests have shown no measureable difference in neck strain in an impact.
HANS Devices (All)
HANS Device Accessories
HANS-Friendly Helmet Bags
Harnesses with 2" Shoulder Belts
R3 Head and Neck Restraint Systems, SFI 38.1
Hybrid Head and Neck Restraint Systems, FIA Approved
Cage Nets (Head Nets)
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|HANS Pivoting Post Anchor Kit, Sport Series (all helmets)|
This HANS Pivoting Post Anchor kit is the base model post anchors as supplied with Sport and Sport II model HANS Devices. The black plastic base rings have the SFI and FIA approvals molded in.
|Willans Silverstone 6 Single Seater HANS Harness, 3/2/3, FIA|
The Willans Silverstone 6 HANS Harness is specifically designed for single-seat, open-cockpit cars (formula cars and sports racers) where the driver is wearing a HANS Device.
|HANS Pivoting Post Anchor Kit, Pro Series (all helmets)|
These upgraded anchors are supplied with the Pro model HANS Devices, but they will also work with the Sport and Sport II series. The aluminum base rings have the SFI 38.1 and FIA 8858-2010 approvals.