The Sparco helmet line is a result of over 40 years of research and development experience, including wind tunnel testing. The new range was designed to meet the requirements of the new Snell SA2020 and FIA 8859-2015 ratings. The 2020 type-approval introduces new impact requirements, the helmets need to dissipate large amounts of energy in different ways. To meet these requirements Sparco is introducing new innovations for driver safety and comfort. All shells now have layers of carbon-Kevlar for greater strength. The helmets have also been wind-tunnel tested to maximize exterior vent placement and flow. The EPS interiors and padding have also been redesigned for increased airflow and driver comfort. Sparco also introduces a new size: Medium/Large. This M/L size takes advantage of using the smaller shell which is lighter and more compact.
AIR PRO RF-5W
The Air Pro RF-5W features a carbon-Kevlar/fiberglass construction. It includes a wider eye opening that can be used for open wheel or closed cockpit driving. Multiple exterior vents increase circulation to a redesigned interior. The interior has channels which not only cool the driver, but has additional channels which route air towards the visor, which reduces the chance of visor fogging. Air Pro RF-5W has removable, washable padding that can be repositioned for a comfortable fit. All interior seams have been removed from areas where greater pressure is exerted on the head. The Air Pro RF-5W has been designed to accommodate a drink tube and an intercom system. Available in white or flat black with red or black interior, sizes XS to XXL (new size M/L). Air Pro RF-5W has Hans clips pre-installed. SNELL SA2020 and FIA 8859-2015 approved.
Red or Black interior option
Light-weight carbon-Kevlar/fiberglass construction
New Medium/Large size which uses the lighter and more compact shell
Hans clips pre-installed
Anodized aluminum chin strap hardware
Removable, washable lining
Wind tunnel optimized venting with anti-fog air channels
Pre-molded interior to accommodate drink tubes and an intercom system