Schroth harness belts and safety products have been providing racing drivers and car manufacturers with harnesses for over 40 years. All Schroth harness belts feature their patented ASM (anti-submarining) and energy conversion technology in the shoulder portion to reduce head and chest injury. Schroth competition belts are the most advanced light-weight camlock system conforming to SFI 16.1 specifications in the market today, featuring 3" monofile polyester webbing, light weight adjusters, and patented carbon fiber reinforced rotary camlock RFR design. Schroth street-legal harnesses are German TUV approved and have DOT FMVSS209 certification and install to the factory locations of your vehicle. Over 100 dynamic crash tests have gone into the development of the Schroth harness sytems, and are now the official supplier to many Formula 1 teams.
Sparco and Schroth have collaborated to have the popular Sparco name on their own version of the traditional Schroth competition and clubman systems. Sparco competition belts feature the traditional Schroth RFR light-weight camlock system with 3" polyester webbing and meet SFI 16.1 specifications. Sparcos clubman harnesses come in a myriad of 3 and 4 point 2" configurations with a simple push button release.
OMP competition harness belts have been used extensively throughout the history of F1, WRC, and the WTCC championships. All OMP belt systems are subject to and exceed the exhaustive FIA 8853/98 homologation standards. OMP offers both the Professional and Amateur competitor different levels of performance in their belts with the same safety standard but with competitive prices. The OMP racing brand is recognized the world over and is synomomous with quality and innovation on tracks and roads all over the world.
All Crow safety restraints are manufactured from high-quality materials and are SFI 16.1 rated. Crow offers a complete line of safety belts from their CNC machined aluminium camlock systems to their entry level latchlink systems, all with 3" nylon webbing. Crow belts pickup where Simpson left off at a better value for dollar spent for the entry level competitor.