Each occupant must wear the following equipment during all on-track sessions:
All occupants must wear a safety helmet during on-track sessions. Only helmets certified to meet the following standards are permitted:
- Snell Memorial Foundation – SA2000, SA2005, SA 2010
- SFI Foundation – Spec 31.2, Spec 31.2A
- British Helmet Standard – BS 6658:1958
Full-Faced helmets are required.
Hair protruding from beneath a driver’s helmet must be completely covered by fire-resistant material. Drivers with facial hair must wear face shields of fire-resistant material (i.e. balaclava or helmet skirt).
Helmets involved in an on track collision must be sent, by the driver, to the manufacturer for inspection and re-certification before it can be used again.
7.1.2 Driving Suit
One-piece driving suits are required and must be made of fire-resistant material and certified to SFI spec 3/2A-5 or greater, or homologated to “FIA 2000” specs, which effectively covers the body, including neck, ankles and wrists. Multi-layer driving suits are recommended.
Approved long underwear made of fire resistant material must be worn with all suits except those carrying a rating of SFI 3.2A/5 or greater. Underwear certified to SDI 3.3 or FIA 8856-2000 is strongly recommended.
Fire-resistant underwear is recommended.
Gloves, Shoes, and Socks are required. Socks must be made of fire-resistant material. Shoes and gloves must be made of leather, or any other approved fire-resistant material and must be free of holes, tears or other openings except those made by the manufacturer of the equipment.
7.1.3 Eye Glasses
Any corrective eyeglass material used shall be of safety glass-type, and meet U. S. Government standards.