Sparco Sprint RS-2.1 Racing Suits
One-Piece Suit Style, 3.2A/5 Suit SFI Rating, Aramidic, 2 Layers, Adult Age Group
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The Sprint RS-2.1 is an excellent entry level suit. Suit features evolved details and top quality materials. Features mesh panels at the armpits and back. The Sprint RS-2.1 suit has two layers made of a fabric of the latest generation and offers excellent value for money. Elasticised armpits and back panel for increased driver comfort. Jeans type pockets, preformed sleeves and lightened fabric which is the same materials as used for all the top/medium range suits.
- SFI 3.2A/5 Rated
- Advanced Meta Aramid Sandwiched material
- Mesh panels at the armpits and back
- Boot Cuffs
- Sizes 46-66
- Colors black/gray and black/red
Note: For optimum comfort, fit and performance as these are sized and designed for a close-fitting performance, we recommend considering and ordering 1 size larger than the sizing chart indicates for an optimum comfort and fitment. If a close-fitting and tighter suit is desired, please order according to listed sizing chart.
Sparco Sizing Chart (Link)
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Q & A
EMi Employee Frank and Speedway Motors employee Jeremy demonstrate how to properly measure for a race suit.
Jason Martin is in the pits at 305 Racesaver Nationals talking to racers about topics they would like more information on. Watch this video to learn how to install a fire suppression system to help keep you safe!
After reaching out to a few parents of youth drivers, McKenna has compiled 3 major crucial safety tips that are often times neglected in youth racing. Find out what parents wish they would've known about safety gear before their child started racing.
It's important to use the right method when you're cleaning fire resistant material. We can show you the recommended procedure to ensure the durability and integrity of your suit through its entire lifecycle.
Fire suits are constructed from a variety of fire resistant materials. We can teach you the difference between the most common suits like Nomex and fire resistant cotton such as Proban.
A routine weekly maintenance checklist to perform between each race in order to keep a clean and efficient race car at the track.
What does McKenna wear at the track? Fire suits and helmets are a given, but under garments are not as well known. Find out why she chooses to wear 'underwear' and the importance of them.