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.
As another stunning British Touring Car Championship season drew to a breath-taking close at Brands Hatch it was drivers and teams using Cobra seats who lifted all the trophies.
So, congratulations to all the winners … and commiserations to other drivers and teams using Cobra seats who packed out the top of the listings.
The sun finally made an appearance for Race 3 and it certainly shone on Colin Turkington – eventually!
While Jason Plato was cruising at the front of the field to take a comfortable win ahead of Rory Butcher (whose 2nd place in his Cobra Sport AMD Honda Civic secured him the Independent Drivers Championship), all eyes were on the overall Drivers Championship battle that was evolving behind them.
As the start of Race 2 approached the weather was still posing questions. The first 22 on the grid opted for wet tyres – in the hope that the track wouldn’t dry out too much.
Colin Turkington had a fantastic start – moving from 5th to 2nd by Paddock Hill Bend only to be collected by Matt Neal half a lap later – a controversial incident that moved the Championship leader from 2nd to last.