The Fire Safety Stick is the must-have accessory in all branches of UK motorsport!
It’s already saved many many competitors’ vehicles, often where the situations have meant that the traditional extinguishers being used by the competitors or marshalls have been unable to extinguish the fire. Especially in Rally but in other sectors too, they are carrying the Fire Safety Stick in addition to the handhelds required by MSUK/FIA. Just look at some of the real-life examples where the Fire Safety Stick saved the cars from total loss.
Watch the following videos to understand just why the Fire Safety Stick is a must-have, not just in rally motorsport where it has already saved dozens of cars but in all avenues of motorsport.
Below we have many real-life case studies of those success stories of the Fire Safety Stick in motorsport as well as in classic and sports cars. All case studies shown are fully verified by the owners of the vehicles themselves.
We have a wide range of specist distributors selling the Fire Safety Stick, just a small selection are shown below. Each has been fully approved by ourselves and can discuss with you, your exact requirements and the best solution to ensure you are as protected as much as possible in the possible event of a fire onboard.
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We have many specialist approved distributors in the motorsport sector selling the Fire Safety Stick. Just visit our where to buy page to choose your preferred one.
Fire Safety in Rally & Motorsport
Whether you’re an occasional track dayer or a hardened enthusiast who travels the country to the great variety of circuits the UK has to offer. The conditions which rally and motorsport vehicles are subjected to are the most severe and the risk of fires is great.
Especially for rally cars, the FIA states that one plumbed-in and one handheld extinguisher are required. Currently, the Fire Safety Stick hasn’t, as yet, been certified as a direct replacement for the required handheld extinguisher. However, the FIA are aware of the Fire Safety Stick and has been very impressed with its many successes, so much so that they contacted the Fire Safety Stick team with a view to full testing and approval for all worldwide motorsports. Of course, this is not going to happen overnight. Many competitors having seen its effectiveness have chosen to carry the Fire Safety Stick in addition to the required handheld, and are electing to use the Fire Safety Stick as the first line choice – since in the various situations (location of the fire on the vehicle), it’s proven to be more efficient, plus doesn’t cause any further damage.
Unlike traditional extinguishers, the Fire Safety Stick has durability like no other, you can drop it, drill it, cut it and still extinguish it.
The Worlds Lightest
From just 215g, it’s the most compact Fire Extinguisher.
15 Year Shelf Life & No Servicing
Traditional extinguishers typically last 5 years max and must be serviced each year
No damaging Mess or Residue
Traditional extinguishers often create more damage than the fire
All Major Classes of Fire
Even kitchen fires. No dangerous gambling if you have the right type
Longer Discharge Times
Discharge times from the 2 models of FSS are 50 & 100 seconds, compared to a 1kg powder extinguisher is just 7 seconds
Gets to those hard to reach areas
Unlike traditional extinguishers, the Fire Safety Sticks can work up-side-down, so can deal with fires under the car or even reaches the depths of the engine bay
Have a look through just some of these real-life experiences of the Fire Safety Sticks in Motorsports
The Fire Safety Stick has already been placed within many motorsport avenues – due to the many success stories in many motorsport sectors, including saving countless rally competitors' cars. The Fire Safety Stick is carried by the leading Formula 1 team as they travel...
After competing at Sol Rally Barbados in 2022, John had taken a short break from competing in his Honda Civic Type R rally car. To get back into the swing of things, he entered a Sprint at his local venue, Aintree on the 27th of May 2023. However, on the first...
Is the Fire Safety Stick value for money? Well, you could ask Darrell Taylor, it saved his R5 rally car, valued at close to £250,000. These high-performance very specialist rally cars are just a step down from the stunning vehicles which take part in the top-tier...
Rally Cup car saved – down to the Fire Safety Stick and the motorsport community Back in October 2022, Matt Chapman and Kevin Ablitt were taking part in the “Race-Keeper Twyford Woods” stages rally. Taking part in the Peugeot 206 cup car, Matt had only just gotten...
Fire Safety Stick is now in the pits and with crew members in F1! We have been waiting to share this exciting news for awhile now, and we can finally tell it to the world! Implemented for its many benefits over traditional extinguishers, such as: It leaves...
Don't delay getting your Fire Safety Stick So many times, we hear of people wishing they got a Fire Safety Stick before it was too late. Westley Waller was a prime example, sadly he lost his recovery truck to fire despite meaning to get his Fire Safety Stick months...
Fire Safety Stick prevents another total loss Wigan Motor Club crew, Martin Fox & Lauren Hewitt were taking part on a Stage Rally at Leconfield, near Beverley in Yorkshire, in their Porsche Cayman rally car, back in late August 2021. Unfortunately, on the...
Fire Safety Stick outperforms 3 FIA Approved Extinguishers Ian Paterson was competing in the recent Argyll Rally when his rally car had a fire. Ian and his team instinctively activated the cars on board Fire suppression system, as well as two FIA approved handheld...
From one of our distributors Race and Rally: Fire Safety Stick saves the day at the Roger Albert Clark Rally 2019 On the opening evening of the gruelling RAC Rally, DGM Sport boss David Greer stopped at the scene of a road section fire in the Lee Ashberry/Terry Mallin...
So does the Fire Safety Stick actually work? Ask TVR owner Dave! Car engine fire and still drove home! Driving home from Oulton Park in August, Dave Crook’s TVR Tuscan caught fire. The flames from the carburettors were coming out of the vents in the bonnet towards the...