Bell Helmets is the world's leading auto racing and karting helmet company. More Champions in all forms of racing have worn Bell Helmets than any other brand. The Bell name is synonymous with...More Details »
G-FORCE Racing Gear has produced the most user friendly, comfortable auto racing helmet on the market. The impact liner is covered by a soft knit, hypoallergenic, padded CoolTec, flame retardant liner for comfort and fit.
HJC maintains more than 40 years of experience in helmet manufacturing and providing products devoted to quality and innovation. Leading the industry in engineering evolution and the embodiment of...More Details »
Impact is the last American Motorsports manufacturer that continues to produce our entire helmet line in the USA. They handcraft every helmet in their Indianapolis facory, using cutting edge materials and over 50 years of experience.
OMP Racing is one of the world's leading manufacturers of racing safety equipment. OMP products are renowned for its quality, the meticulous attention to details that is constantly challenged by setting higher standards.
Safety, Quality, Comfort and Style, Pyrotect Racing Safety Equipment has it all. Pyrotect offers a complete line of quality safety equipment for Racers, Race Crews and Track Safety Personnel....More Details »
The RaceQuip Snell SA-2010 Rated Full Face helmet is an all new design that incorporates prepreg construction based on steel tooling. In this process, the optimum ratio of resin is impregnated into...More Details »
Snell SA certified Simpson Auto Racing Helmets have been protecting drivers from head injuries for over fifty years. Throughout these years, Simpson has earned the racing industry’s trust, and...More Details »
Zamp Helmets is dedicated to the development of superior helmet technology.Zamp Helmets are manufactured using rigid specifications to ensure quality and performance. The three key components to...More Details »
As a memorial to William "Pete" Snell who was killed in an auto racing accident , a group of scientists, physicians, racing colleagues and friends teamed together in a dedicated effort to promote research, education, testing and development of standards geared to improve the effectiveness of automotive racing helmets. Through their work, the Snell Memorial Foundation was established in 1957.
Helmets meeting Snell Standards provide the highest level of protection available. Snell Standards significantly surpass those set by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) and the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission's 16 CFR Part 1203.
In order to continuously monitor the quality of helmets being sold to the public, Snell purchases and tests samples of currently certified helmets from the marketplace. These helmets are tested only in Snell labs by Snell technicians. Helmets that meet Snell Standards carry a tamper-proof foil label stuck to the liner on the inside of the helmet.
SA-2010 is the current helmet standard for competitive automotive sports. This standard includes tests for impact, penetration by projectiles, chemical resistance, fire resistance, and ease of removal.
M-2010 is the current helmet standard for use in motorcycling. Many auto racing sanctions and tracks allow the use of M rated helmets by their competitors, but keep in mind that M rated helmets are not designed for the rigors of auto racing and do not posses the impact and fire retardant properties of an SA rated helmet. We highly recommend the use of SA rated helmets for auto racing even if an M helmet is legal in your sanction or class.