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According to safety experts, heat plays a major factor why some racers and teams will not wear flame retardant underwear, gloves, socks and shoes. Although it can definitely get hot driving in 100-plus degree heat, wearing protective clothing is a must. In an effort to inform racers on what’s available in desert racing apparel, for both drivers and pit crew, we’ve compiled some of the latest products from manufacturers such as Impact Racing, Stand 21, Simpson Racing and Alpinestars that offer improved protection against fire, while maintaining a high level of comfort.


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