Impact by MasterCraft Safety is the Official Safety Equipment of King of the Hammers and Ultra4 Racing
Impact by MasterCraft Safety is proud to announce their support as the official safety sponsor of Ultra4 Racing. The Griffin “King of the Hammers” is the toughest one-day, off-road race combining opposite ends of the spectrum with fast desert racing and technical rock-crawling. “Ultra4 racing has unique safety requirements and (promoter) Dave Cole has always taken this very seriously,” explained Impact by MasterCraft Safety CEO Robbie Pierce. “We share Dave’s vision, as it dovetails perfectly into our offerings for everything from stock car and drag racing to desert and short course.”
Many prominent Ultra4 racers, including two-time King of the Hammers champion Shannon Campbell have long relied on Impact and MasterCraft Safety products to keep them out of harm’s way in the harshest of conditions. MasterCraft Safety is best known for their industry leading racing and recreational off-road seats, but they also make high quality restraints, custom window nets, and more for the Ultra4 racer and recreational enthusiast.
Impact by MasterCraft Safety’s extensive product line includes a wide selection of SNELL-approved helmets, fire suits to fit any budget, racing shoes, and more. Impact doesn’t leave the crew out either, with team shirts, gloves, and even helmets specifically for crew members. Special pricing on Impact andMasterCraft Safety products will be available at the 2013 King of the Hammers through selectMasterCraft Safety retailers, with product available on Means Dry Lakebed or for shipment following the event. The 2013 Griffin King of the Hammers is scheduled for February 3-8 in Johnson Valley OHV area.
Impact by MasterCraft Safety offers a full complement of industry leading safety equipment, from SNELL 2010 certified helmets to fire-resistant driving suits and Nomex underwear. Founded by safety pioneer Bill Simpson in 2002, Impact moved under the MasterCraft Safety banner in 2010. Impact’s line of helmets, driving and crew suits, drag parachutes, window nets, and race restraints are all made in the United States in their manufacturing facility strategically located in the heart of Gasoline Alley in Indiana, just ten minutes from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.