Cobra's patented marine suspension seats are set to revolutionise shock mitigation seating.
The rising rate suspension system provides high-speed boat crews with unprecedented protection in the harshest conditions at the highest of speeds.
Race, rescue, professional or recreational; push the limits without comprimising safety or comfort - Cobra's genuinely progressive suspension provides dynamic protection in the most demanding waters.
Harnessing the proven suspension principles of motocross, engineered for the most demanding marine environment, to guarantee the highest levels of comfort and protection.
Exploiting innovative manufacturing techniques and materials from the worlds of aeronautics and motorsport, has delivered a lightweight, high strength, precision product, engineered to withstand the corrosive marine environment. High pressure composite mouldings are combined with an alloy and titanium suspension system to deliver years of trouble free, tunable protection.
Cobra’s marine seats are quite simply in a class of their own.
The statistics (almost) say it all: Drivers using Cobra seats took the top seven positions in qualifying, the top seven positions in Race 1, the top eight positions in Race 2 and the top six positions in Race 3.
… and if Colin Turkington’s double didn’t grab all the headlines, then controversy in Race 3 involving three more drivers using Cobra seats ensured that “The Cobra Boys” really did dominate the news reports from start to finish!
It was a great weekend at Croft with drivers in Cobra seats grabbing most of the headlines!
The precedent was set in a bizarre qualifying session which saw no fewer than five red flags and the session ending prematurely when an off for “Cobra driver” Andrew Jordan “promoted”, erm, Andrew Jordan to the front of the grid!
A huge crowd at Britain’s fastest circuit enjoying the spring weather witnessed a great weekend for drivers using Cobra seats as Thruxton played host to Rounds 7, 8 and 9 of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship.
The best attended Saturday practice this century witnessed a fascinating battle for pole, with Sam Tordoff nudging Dan Cammish into second on the grid, with Andrew Jordan (fully recovered from that horrendous side impact last time out) in third and Colin Turkington in fourth.