Auto Racing suits that are approved by SFI or FIA are specifically designed for use in professional motorsports, and are required by many racing organizations for use in competition. These suits are typically made with high-quality fire retardent materials and construction, and are designed to provide maximum protection for the wearer in the event of a fire due to crash or other incident. They may include features such as fire-resistant materials, multiple layers of padding, and reinforced areas to protect the wearer's body from impact. SFI and FIA approved car racing suits must meet certain standards for quality and safety in order to be certified.
Car racing suits are designed to provide maximum protection for the wearer in the event of a crash or other incident during a race. Some common features of racing fire suits include:
Race car driver suit are typically made with materials that are resistant to flames, in order to protect the wearer from fires that may occur in the event of a crash.
Multiple layers of padding
Cace car fire suit may include multiple layers of padding to help protect the wearer's body from impact and abrasion.
Auto racing suits have reinforced areas, such as in the knees, elbows, and shoulders, to provide additional protection in high-impact areas.
Car racing uniform have adjustable features such as velcro straps or zippers to allow the wearer to customize the fit.
Motor racing suits may be made with breathable materials to help keep the wearer cool and comfortable during a race.
Rally race suit are often designed to be as lightweight as possible, in order to allow the wearer to move freely and comfortably.
Car racing suits may have closures such as zippers or snaps that are easy to use, even with gloves on, in order to make it easier for the wearer to put on and take off the suit.