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What are the advantages of a 6 point harness?
What are the advantages of a 6 point harness? According to the FIA, 6 point harnesses are the safest option for race car drivers at the moment. 6 point harnesses have become the most popular choice on the market for motorsport racers due to their high level of safety and outstanding benefits. Racetech explores what makes these harnesses stand out from 4 point and 5 point harnesses and why we recommend this type of harness for race car drivers across New Zealand! Features of a 6 point harness 6 point harnesses offer the greatest protection for racers across the world. The two crotch st..
Why should I select a 5 point harness?
Why should I select a 5 point harness? For several years 5 point harnesses have been the leading choice for motorsport racers in New Zealand. They offer greater benefits over 4 point harnesses with their added crotch strap; however, recently, the FIA has opted in favour of 6 point harnesses. This means they are no longer FIA approved from now from new, so fewer people are selecting this option. In this blog, Racetech explains what 5 point harnesses are, who can still use them and what benefits they have! What are 5 point harnesses? Five-point harnesses look the same as 4 point ones, b..
When to use a 4 point harness?
When to use a 4 point harness You may be wondering whether 4 point harnesses are still a good choice for motorsport racing. Historically these harnesses have been a very popular choice, but with recent advancements and innovations of 5 and 6 point seat belts, they have lost their place in the market. Can you even use a 4 point harness for racing today? For what types of motorsports? Read on to learn more about 4 point harnesses from Racetech!      What are 4 point harnesses? Four-point harnesses have two shoulder straps and two-lap straps, which are mounted in..
How to make your race harness safer?
How to make your race harness safer Fitting a race harness in your car does not necessarily mean that you are fully protected during an impact. You need to make sure that the harness is mounted correctly into the race car at the right angle and ideal location. There are also other safety features that work in conjunction with harnesses and provide added protection to the driver when going at high speeds. Frontal Head Restraints (FHR) and high-quality race seats ensure that the driver is fully protected on practice and competition days. Learn more about how you can maximise the performance o..
What racing harness is the right one for me?
What racing harness is the right one for me? Are you thinking about purchasing a new racing harness and would like to find the ideal one for your requirements? Are you just starting out in motorsport and want to learn more about the different types of harnesses on the market? We put together a handy guide at Racetech to help you find the ideal race harness for your motorsport and personal needs. Find out about all the available options, the regulations you need to follow, and how to decide what one you should get! Racing harnesses are one of the most crucial safety features you need to i..

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