Simpson FIA Hybrid Head And Neck Restraint
IMPORTANT: The FIA Hybrid is the ONLY Head and Neck Restraint System tested and approved by Simpson for use with 3-point belts. Other systems that share the "Hybrid" name have not been tested and are NOT recommended for use with 3-point belts.
The Simpson (formerly Safety Solutions) FIA Hybrid Head and Neck Restraint is not only FIA approved for competition use with standard racing harnesses, but has also been tested and shown to be compatible with standard 3-point safety belts as found in street vehicles. Partnering with auto manufacturers in Detroit, the carbon-fiber FIA Hybrid has been third-party tested using the same FMVSS208 procedure as found on other head and neck restraints. When used with 3-point belts, the FIA Hybrid was able to successfully demonstrate that a significant reduction in neck tension was measured when compared to a similar test using only a helmet and a 3-point belt. This exclusive testing allows piece of mind for not only driving enthusiasts with non-race-prepped cars, but DE Instructors as well!
Note: For maximum protection, Simpson and OG-Racing both highly recommend a complete cockpit safety system whenever driving on track that includes, but is not limited to, a full roll-cage, full-containment seat, Snell or FIA rated helmets, FIA or SFI-rated Head and Neck Restraint, and a 6+ point harness system.
Anchor Options:• M61 Anchors (pictured): Quick-release style anchor that attaches directly to the helmet. Additional $65.00.
• Post Anchors: Uses the same Post-Anchors popularized by Hans Devices (not included). Easy to use, and allows cross-compatibility with Hans-Equipped helmets. Requires purchase of Hans Anchors (found Here.)
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• High quality carbon fiber construction
• Low profile. No high back to hook on the bars on exit
• Multiple load paths to dissipate head loads
• Buckle attachment in front. No bulky straps underneath
• Molded seat pad and installation manual included
Measure Chest Size directly below pectoral muscles while wearing Driving Suit.