• FHR engineered by Stand 21


    Stand 21 is the first FHR manufacturer in the world. . .

FHR engineered by Stand 21

Virtually unknown on the racing tracks just 10 years ago, the FHR has become today as basic a safety device for the racing car driver as his helmet or his fire-retardant suit. Its use has protected many racing drivers from serious injuries or even death.

Using its unmatched racing service, scheduled year-round on racing tracks all over the world, Stand 21 has for several years fitted the appropriate FHR model to numerous racers. Unquestionably Stand 21 has been and remains today a major contributor to the popularization of the FHR product.

This is why Stand 21 can now offers to racing car drivers an exclusive and unique FHR model line worldwide!

Wearing a head restraint device approved by the FIA is mandatory for all drivers and co-drivers in international events. Check with the Federation, sanctioning body that oversees your Championship: the decisions to make FHR mandatory are sometimes taken without advance warning. In any cases it is not advisable for your safety and your comfort to wear and install a FHR at the last minute or in very short time, especially without the assistance of FHR professional.


The FHR is the greatest safety innovation since the full-face helmet and the fire retardant racing suit. It reduces the risk of basilar skull fracture or muscle stretching during an intense deceleration, the primary cause of death in motor racing. A sign of drivers awareness: 2 out of 3 now purchase a FHR whereas it is or not compulsory in their racing series. This system can also be used with an open-face helmet, making its use much safer.

Choose your FHR depending on:
1. Your neck circumference
2. The recline of your seat

Fully Upright Seat
For sprint-car use 
Also for slender drivers weighing less than100 lbs
Upright Seat
For the majority of drivers in a majority of cars
Reclined Seat
For drivers with larger upper-body in most cars or slender drivers in open-wheel cars
Fully Reclined Seat
For speed-record vehicles, vintage open-wheel cars
5 inclines:
- Series 10:
Used for a very upright position (rallies...).
Series 20: Straight seating, used in sedans, GTs, rallies...
Series 25: For young drivers and women.
Series 30: Half-laid down seating, used in single seaters and prototypes.
Series 40: Laid-down seating, used in some single seaters.

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- Small:
Neck circumference less than 38 cm (15 inches).
- Medium: Neck circumference between 38 and 45.5 cm (15 to 18 inches).
- Large: Neck circumference over 45.5 cm (18 inches).
- Special: Contact us.
FHR efficiency
In a 56 km/h (35 mph) crash

Stand 21 is the first FHR manufacturer in the world.