New 30 degree HANS device from Simpson

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The HANS Pro Ultra Lite, 30° has been approved by the FIA, making the device one of the lightest weight 30 degree HANS Devices available to FIA and SFI sanctioned racers. The 30° HANS Pro Ultra Lite is manufactured in the USA by Simpson Performance Products and specifically addresses laydown or high angle seating for Indy Car, USF2000, Pro Mazda, Indy Lights, F1 and other open cockpit racing. Simpson’s top of the line HANS device also fills the void for an ultra-lightweight HANS that fits broad chested racers in more upright seating applications like sedans and sports cars.

The HANS Pro Ultra Lite is engineered using aerospace grade carbon to achieve the weight savings while still providing a solid rear collar for optimal performance and sponsor recognition. Defined winglets securely guide restraints with ease. A low profile for easy entry and exit to the racecar and abbreviated front legs get the job done with unmatched finesse. In races where ounces make the difference, consider the lightest weight HANS, the Pro Ultra Lite. The 30° Pro Ultra Lite is offered in size Medium only, which accommodates neck sizes of 14-1/2 to 17-1/2″. A full range of HANS models, sizes and options are available at

“Simpson continues full speed forward to provide the best HANS Devices in the world,” Chuck Davies, CEO for Simpson Performance Products. “A HANS device is the most affordable, and best insurance a racer can purchase.”

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