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December 18, 2019

Former Indycar driver and motorsport safety innovator Bill Simpson has died following a stroke.  Between 1968 and 1977, Simpson made a total of...

November 11, 2019

The sports car racing world was rocked Sunday by the death of Dr. Timothy Merrill George, the Austin, Texas, neurosurgeon who has been a respected...

October 4, 2019

The aeroscreen IndyCar will adopt in 2020 is stronger than the halo device used in Formula 1 and other single-seater categories, according to...

Recent Press
September 10, 2019

The Sports Car Driving Association (SCDA) has achieved Level 2 certification in the Motorsport Safety Foundation’s High Performance Driver Education...

May 14, 2019

The Glacier Lakes Chapter of Audi Club North America has achieved Level 2 certification in the Motorsport Safety Foundation’s High Performance Driver...

May 1, 2019

Motorsports Enthusiasts HPDE (MoE HPDE) has achieved Level 2 certification in the Motorsport Safety Foundation’s High Performance Driver Education (...

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CERTIFIED: HPDE Hand Signals

HPDE Hand Signals

Michael Silver demonstrates the various hand signals instructors use in High Performance Driver Education.

Webinar- First Head and Neck Restraint for HPDE

First Head & Neck Restraint for HPDE

Motorsport Safety Foundation Chief Operating Officer Scot Elkins discusses the Hybrid Head Restraint with its creator, Simpson Race Products' Trevor Ashline in this webinar hosted by MotorsportReg.

Grand Prix Insights - Track Safety

Track Safety

F1 is back in Europe at the Spanish Grand Prix. The 4.7km are a good mix of quick corners and tight turns, which are pretty demanding.

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