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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|Helmet Fresh Spray, 4 oz. Bottle|
Helmet Fresh spray removes the odors associated with helmets and other sporting equipment. It attacks bacteria and mildew leaving a fresh, clean smell, eliminating odors, but not masking them.
|Simpson Platinum Cage Net, SFI 37.1|
The Simpson Platinum Cage Net keeps driver in proper position in the event of an impact to the passenger side of the car. Fits up to 58" between dash bar and roll cage behind seat. SFI 37.1 approved.
|Simpson Mid-Top Driving Shoe, SFI Approved|
Simpson Mid-Top Racing Shoes have a suede leather exterior and are totally lined with fire-resistant fabric. The soles are molded to give good traction on all surfaces. SFI 3.3/5 approved.