The Seat

Corbeau Seats based near Hastings in East Sussex are supplying the Motorsport Race seat, safety harnesses and brackets that Rebecca will be using in her Production Boxster race car this season.

On Tuesday 5th February 2013 Rebecca visited their site to have her ‘fitting’. This consisted of playing a game of Musical Chairs, only by herself and with no music!  The 2012 model of the Revenge seat looked like the perfect solution with its deep side supports, improved energy absorbing foam and HANS compatibility only cementing the decision.

Corbeau continually develop ideas and technology in their motorsport team, which means they can offer the very latest in comfort and safety. It is a family run business offering the passion and friendliness that you could expect from a 50-year-old company.

To celebrate 50 years in business, they have a special anniversary edition of the Revenge seat, which was unveiled at the International Autosport Show last month. It has a Kevlar FIA approved racing shell and features gold detailing.  Rebecca’s seat however, although includes the Kevlar, will be a completely bespoke design incorporating her plan to compete at Le Mans and maybe a dash of pink!

With Jason Plato using Corbeau and entry levels seats start as low as £183; it makes this safety item a ‘no brainer’!

 

Corbeau States:

Manufacturing seats for 50 years, Corbeau Seats is acknowledged as the world's original motorsport seat manufacturer. Since 1963, the company has designed and developed seats in partnership with the finest professional teams and drivers who have relied upon technology, reliability and quality in competitions around the world. The FIA approved range of seats provides the ultimate in safety, comfort and security for use in all disciplines of motorsport.

 

“LUKE Racing Systems was established in 1975 and part of the Corbeau Motorsport group delivering a total turnkey driver safety package. British 

manufactures of safety harnesses with FIA homologated, ECE approved and HANS compatible. Manufactured in a range of colours, sizes and mounting options to suit all customer requirements.”

Rebecca’s seat will take approximately three weeks to make, so ensure you come back and see what the finished item looks like.

 

 

Photograph top left credit: Chris Valentine [HockeyShooter]