Seats may look “the business” in a brochure, but not every seat fits every car, and more importantly not every bum fits every seat. While that first rush of enthusiasm to show off your new purchase might mean that you squeeze into something and think you’ll get used to it, the truth is using the wrong fitting seat can become a right pain in the lumbar regions!
That’s why Cobra’s range of seats feature different widths, with GT models to accommodate the wider “sub frame” and our innovative Pro-Fit service to make a seat bespoke to the individual.
Our carefully selected range of distributors have the experience to see at a glance whether a seat will fit or not.
Choosing the correct seat isn’t just about comfort: Remember that behind Cobra seats there are years of development and testing to make sure that they provide the level of safety that you would hope for. Wrongly fitted seats can be life-threatening and even driving in a seat with the harness in the wrong position can put a driver at risk of serious injury in the event of a collision.
So, before you put your hand in your wallet, spend an hour with a Cobra distributor – it may turn out that the seat you always wanted is just right for you after all, but there could be one that is more comfortable, safer and even more stylish waiting to be discovered.
As the dust settles on another fantastic British Touring Car Championship season that has seen more race winners than ever before, there’s at least one consistent factor that links all of the champions in every category – they all use Cobra seats.
While Colin Turkington rightly grabbed the headlines and the "big one" at Brands Hatch it was also a special day for Cobra's great friends at Halford's Yuasa Racing - with Dan Cammish capping his first BTCC campaign with not just his maiden victory, but a second one to boot!
A charging double top ten finish in race three from Honda duo Matt Neal and Dan Cammish ensured a positive conclusion for Halfords Yuasa Racing at Silverstone during Rounds 25/26/27 of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Silverstone, with Dan Cammish successfully securing the coveted Jack Sears Trophy in his rookie season.