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 Shield Hold-Down Pin & Screw|
Simpson helmets use this eccentric pin and screw to hold down the face shield. Each helmet uses one kit.
|Simpson Black Cage Net, SFI 37.1|
This Simpson Black Cage Net helps to restrain the driver's head while providing an extra barrier behind the full-window net. SFI 37.1-Approved.
|Nomex Thread, Tex 60 Size, 100 yard spool|
Our Tex 60 size Nomex thread is a perfect match to our Nomex material. Our thread is specially made for higher breaking strength than conventionally spun thread.