How To: Measure For A Simpson Hybrid Frontal Head Restraint


How To: Measure For A Simpson Hybrid Frontal Head Restraint

We’re all about safety around here, and I’m a HUGE fan of head restraint systems like the NecksGen, HANS, and Simpson’s Hybrid system, just to name a few. It doesn’t matter which system you choose, it just matters that you pick one and use it so that you can be as safe as possible in a race car. I know several drivers that use the Simpson Hybrid Frontal Head Restraint, and they love them, but choosing any head and neck restraint system requires proper sizing to be as effective as possible. In this video, you’ll see how to measure yourself for one so that it works the best and is most comfortable as well.

Video Description:

The Simpson Hybrid Frontal Head Restraint is an ergonomically-designed head restraint system that restricts the helmet’s forward movement in a crash, keeping the head and torso in line while allowing for freedom of movement side-to-side and unrestricted vision. Follow along as we show you how to properly measure for a Hybrid Frontal Head Restraint.


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One thought on “How To: Measure For A Simpson Hybrid Frontal Head Restraint

  1. john

    if you run an older fed, the back part of the restraint is an issue. the driver cannot lean back as the restraint makes the driver lean foward and becomes a driver issue. this is our issue.
    i wish the manufacturers would visit this issue if they are really interested in safety protocol.

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