The Victory 2.0 is newest evolution of the Victory suit. The Victory 2.0 has been updated with the newest HOCOTEX fabric that is now FIA 8856-2018 homologated.
Single Layer Construction. Multi-Layer Protection.
The Victory is the result of over 3 years of research and development. Sparco has patented a new technology called HOCOTEX® which revolutionizes the way racing suits are made. This new exclusive Sparco technology creates a single layer fabric which has the protection of what is normally achieved by a multi-layer fabric. The Victory is the only single layer suit to pass the SFI 3.2/5 rating. The Victory is both SFI 3.2A/5 and FIA 8856-2018 homologated.
Comfort never felt before:
Thanks to HOCOTEX®, the Victory is two times more breathable than a suit produced using traditional technology. The use of this relatively thinner fabric allows the Victory to have ultimate flexibility. The Victory also features stretch arm gussets that provide more mobility in a seated driving position.
Improved fire resistance:
Traditional racing suits have layers of fabric sewn together with a quilted pattern. The quilting provides air space between the layers which bloats in a fire, this provides thermal protection to the driver. HOCOTEX® creates a honeycomb structure with internal air cells that ensure the driver even more fire protection. Traditional box quilting creates an average of 300 air chambers in a size 52 suit. The Victory 2.0 has over 60,000 microcell air chambers which provide a 10 to 12% increase in heat protection performance.
The Victory 2.0 is available in boot cuff or standard cuff (size 48 to 66) in five colors: White/Red, White/Blue, Grey/Orange, Grey/Blue, and Black/Grey
Soft and Lightweight
Two times more breathable than a standard suit
Single Layer Construction, Multi-Layer Protection
3 Years of Research and Development
HOCOTEX® Patented Sparco Technology – Made in Italy
Only single layer SFI 3.2A/5 suit on the market
FIA 8856-2018 approved
Due to current supply delays some orders may experience delayed shipping.