Simpson Racing Safety Equipment
Simpson was founded shortly after Bill Simpson was injured in a racing crash in 1958. Their first product was the very first parachute ever used in drag racing. A history of innovative safety equipment followed, from the first Nomex® fire suit, to aerodynamically advanced helmets worn by the majority of drivers at the Indy 500.
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|Simpson Sprint Car Arm Restraints, SFI 3.3|
These SFI 3.3 Approved, Simpson Sprint Car Arm Restraints are designed to keep the driver's arms inside the vehicle during a roll-over.
|Nomex/Kevlar Shoe Laces|
Fraying or damaged laces are a safety hazard. Our replacement Nomex/Kevlar shoe laces fit both low and high top racing shoes.
|Simpson Arm Restraints, 2 Separate Straps, SFI 3.3|
These Simpson Arm restraints can be adjusted so they do not restrict the arms during normal driving. SFI 3.3 approved.