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Hawkemotorsport posted a topic in WSCC Sponsors & TradersIf you are looking to move into the world of motorsport next year, we understand that purchasing all your kit is not only fairly daunting (if you are new at it) but also its expensive and time consuming. To help save you time and effort in looking around to see what is OK to use etc, We do some great "Go racing Starter kits" from Just £895 delivered to your door... These include a FIA approved Sparco race suit, a Koden SA2015 approved full face Helmet with FIA approved FHR posts installed, FIA approved Stand21 FHR/Hans device, and FIA approved Sparco Gloves and Boots. These prove to be really popular as its such a easy purchase. We have a choice of Black and Blue and hopefully we will be offering a OMP suit package soon as well. For the Black Bundle Click here... For the Blue Bundle Click here... If you have any questions about this bundle or need help with anything at all please do not hesitate to ask.
Using my Westfield in the winter sun but some days the frost is still about by lunchtime. With no hood but standard side screens/doors on, my hands get a little cold. With my general use black leather gloves, (more for fashion), the feel on the wheel is just about OK but there is a cold draught at the gap between glove and sleeve. My longer ski gloves solve this and the insulation is really good for the fingers but they are too thick to feel the wheel properly and of course operating switches is even more a problem. Can anyone please suggest a good solution that also don't look outrageous and are a reasonable price. No doubt Hamilton/Rossbergs gloves, which appear in the in-car cams would be very good but cost more than my entire car. Re a winter driving suit, I have found my old one piece insulated ski suit very good, and has sufficient well placed pockets, but its a bit flashy looking on the outside. Any alternatives? Specialist carting suits look ok on the web but seem to have too bright colours and silly 'pull me out bits on the shoulders' - OK for proper carting but too flashy on the road or in the cafe for a break! Not perhaps for the technical forum! Brian