Why is Lifeline one of the key players in motorsport safety? Since the company was formed almost thirty years ago, in 1982, the key to its progress - and success - has been in Research and development. It is this constant striving to create a better product that keeps it ahead of the competition.
Having built a solid reputation for innovative fire knock-down systems, the company soon began drawing on its considerable technical skills to develop other motorsport products where safety was at a premium. These can all be found in the following website pages.
At Lifeline, we understand the needs of the motosport competitor, because we compete ourselves. Sure, we will not be challenging for the F1 World Championship™ but, being in the swim enables us to listen to the pitlane discussions among drivers, teams and constructors that very often form the nucleus of an idea for a new product.
You will find Lifeline products in use the world over - in F1, Le Mans Series, Indycar, right down to the Sunday Clubman driver. And it's this grass roots-up attitude that enables us to stay ahead of our competition, while racers battle to stay ahead of theirs - knowing that they are being protected by the best safety products available.
As advisors to the Federation Internationale d'Automobile (FIA) Safety Institute and also committee members of the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA), we see our role not only as manufacturers but also as a business helping to formulate the safety regulations for the next generation.