Simpson SA2020 Viper Helmet
Oval Track Cars, Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2020 Safety Rating, Restraint Compatible, Clear
Clean sheet design New for 2021, the Simpson Viper offers exceptional range of vision with an extra-large eye port for those desiring maximum visibility. The Viper also gives the racer removable cheek pads and has top air and side air options available, while offering enhanced impact protection
- Composite shell
- Snell SA2020 certified
- Simpson's Largest Eye Port Ever
- Radio communication may be added
- Head restraint ready
- Top air and side air pipe options available
- Removable cheek pads
- Size Available: XS-XXL
- Colors Available:
- Gloss Black
- Matte Black
Snell SA2015 vs 2020 …what’s changed?
The Snell SA2020 testing requirements have changed a small amount and have now become more in line with the FIA 8859 Helmet Standard.
- Increased velocity by 5-10% for impact testing on the 2nd hit across all shell sizes.
- Increased velocity from 5.7 to 6.0 m/s on the 54cm to 59cm size.
- Increased peak G threshold on the 54cm to 59cm size and 60cm-64cm size
Helmet Sizing Chart (PDF)
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Q & A
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