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HJC H10 Carbon Fiber Helmet SA2020


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HJC H10 Carbon Fiber SA2020 Helmet

Ever wonder if you could look and feel like a Formula 1 champ without having to sell a kidney? 

Introducing the HJC H10 Carbon Fiber SA2020 Helmet: The Game-Changing Carbon Delight!

"Budget" and "Carbon Fiber" in the same sentence? Yeah, you heard right! Dive into the world of premium auto racing without burning a hole in your pocket. The HJC H10 Carbon Fiber Helmet is the shining beacon in the sea of auto racing helmets, proving you don’t need to splurge to sport the best.

Let's start with the bragging rights:

  1.   Ultra-Lightweight: With its dreamy Carbon Fiber Composite Weave shell, this bad boy weighs in at just 3.2lbs. So, when you're cruising down that racetrack, your neck won’t be staging a protest!
  2. Superior Fit: Those advanced CAD technology boffins sure knew what they were doing. This helmet fits so well; Cinderella's shoe is jealous.
  3. Cool as a Cucumber: Thanks to the ACS Advanced Channeling System, feel that rush of cool air as it sends all that sweaty racing heat packing!
  4. Visionary Views: Fancy a new perspective? Opt for shields in Amber, Dark Smoke, Dark Blue, or even the edgy Black Chrome. And for those who love the extra oomph, there’s even an optional clear spoiler.


Safety First: Snell SA2020 Approved. Enough said.
Crystal Clear: Comes with a polycarbonate anti-fog shield, and those tear-off posts? A blessing for the serious racers.
Secured in Style: The pre-installed M6 terminals are ready for your head and neck restraints, and the double D-ring retention system ensures everything's snug and tight.
Ventilation Galore: Improved front ventilation ensures you’re not sweating buckets in there.
Your Perfect Fit: Sizes ranging from XS-XXL. We've got you covered, no matter what your noggin size is!

Discover Excellence in Racing with the HJC H10 Carbon Fiber SA2020 Helmet. The Ideal Choice for All Racers, it's Engineered for Comfort with a Fire Resistant Moisture-Wicking ComforT Interior and Advanced Ventilation System for Cool Racing Comfort. Snell SA2020 Approved, Ultra-Lightweight Carbon Fiber Composite Weave Shell, and Superior Fit Using CAD Technology. Experience the ACS Advanced Channeling System for Optimal Airflow. Optional Shields and Clear Spoiler Available. Get Race-Ready with HJC H10 Carbon.



  • Snell SA2020 Approved
  • Helmet weight: 3.2lbs (size L)
  • Carbon Fiber Composite Weave shell is extremely lightweight
  • Superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology
  • ACS Advanced Channeling System provides front-to-back airflow flushing heat and humidity up and out
  • Optional shields available: Amber, Dark Smoke, Dark Blue, and Black Chrome
  • Optional clear spoiler is available
  • Polycarbonate anti-fog shield with tear-off posts
  • Pre-installed M6 terminals for head and neck restraints
  • Improved front ventilation
  • Double D-ring retention system
  • Sizes XS-XXL

HJC Helmet Size Chart

The correct way to measure your head for an HJC Carbon helmet



Remember that safety is paramount in auto racing, and choosing the right helmet and maintaining it properly is essential for your protection on the track. Always consult with the professionals at Discovery Parts and refer to the manufacturer's guidelines for specific questions about your racing helmet.

  1. Why do I need a racing helmet?

    Auto racing helmets are designed to protect drivers from head injuries and fire during high-speed races and crashes. They are a crucial safety component in motorsports.
  2. How do I choose the right size HJC Carbon Fiber helmet? You should measure your head's circumference using a flexible tape measure, then refer to the manufacturer's sizing chart to select the appropriate size helmet. Please review our blog posting on how to properly fit your new auto racing helmet from Discovery Parts.
  3. What safety standards should I look for in a racing helmet? Look for helmets that meet safety standards like Snell and FIA depending on your racing discipline. These standards ensure the helmet's safety and quality. DOT helmets are designed for street use and not for racing and track use.
  4. What's the difference between full-face and open-face, and helmets? Full-face helmets provide the most protection with a complete face shield, while open-face helmets cover the top and sides of the head.
  5. Can I use a motorcycle helmet for auto racing? No, motorcycle helmets do not provide the same level of protection as auto racing helmets, as they are designed for different purposes. It's recommended to use a helmet specifically designed for auto racing which includes fire protection in addition to impact protection.
  6. How often should I replace my HJC Carbon Fiber auto racing helmet? Auto racing helmets should be replaced every 5-10 years, depending on the manufacturer's recommendations and usage. If the helmet is involved in a crash, it should be replaced immediately.
  7. Are expensive racing helmets safer than budget ones? Safety standards dictate the minimum safety requirements, so even budget-friendly helmets can offer protection. However it’s important to consider how lower-priced helmets are meeting the required testing standards. More expensive helmets are lighter, smaller, are constructed of superior materials, and often come with additional features then less expensive helmets.
  8. How do I maintain and clean my HJC Carbon Fiber racing helmet? Follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning and maintenance. You should clean the exterior, interior and shield with the Molecule Helmet Care Kit.
  9. Do I need to wear a balaclava under my HJC Carbon Fiber racing helmet? Balaclavas are typically not required for Driver's Education events, however they make wearing a helmet much, much more comfortable. Balaclavas will provide fire protection (if fire rated), help keep your helmet lining clean and order free by absorbing the majority of sweat while using it, and additionally balaclavas make putting your helmet on and taking it off by protecting your ears and keeping from from folding over when you helmet is worn. Discovery Parts recommends balaclavas from Alpinestars, OMP, Sabelt, Sparco, and Stand21. If you are entering sanctioned auto racing events, balaclavas will be required for fire protection.
  10. Is the SNELL SA Rating important? The Snell SA2020 certification is a safety standard established by the Snell Memorial Foundation for auto racing helmets. It sets the criteria and requirements that helmets must meet to be considered safe and suitable for use in motorsport events. Snell SA2020 certification is highly regarded in the motorsports industry and is often required or recommended by racing organizations and events. It signifies that a helmet has passed rigorous testing to provide maximum safety for drivers in various motorsport disciplines, including road racing, NASCAR, Formula 1, drag racing, and more. It's essential for drivers to check the specific safety standards required by the racing organizations they participate in to ensure compliance.
  11. Is the FIA helmet certification important? Yes, FIA (Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) certification is crucial for auto racing helmets, especially in the context of international motorsport events and many national and regional racing series in the USA. The FIA 8859-2015 standard is commonly associated with racing helmets used in various motorsport disciplines. Helmets certified to FIA 8859-2015 met the safety requirements set by the FIA and were widely accepted in many racing series
  12. Which helmet certification is the most stringent and the hardest to meet? The FIA 8860-2018 certification is considered the most stringent and advanced helmet certifications available for auto racing helmets, and it is often associated with top-tier motorsport categories like Formula 1. It's important to note that the FIA 8860-2018 helmets offer a high level of protection and their use is mandatory in many racing series. Drivers should always check the regulations of the racing series they intend to participate in to ensure compliance with helmet certification standards.
  13. Can I wear glasses with my HJC Carbon Fiber helmet? Most helmets have provisions for wearing glasses or goggles, but check the design to be sure. Most manufacturers feature helmet models with wider eye ports to better accommodate eye glasses.
  14. Are carbon fiber helmets better? Carbon fiber helmets are lightweight and strong, a top choice for racers. But remember, certification matters most.
  15. Can I use a used helmet for racing? It's best to buy a new helmet. Used helmets may have unseen damage or be out of date on safety standards.
  16. Can I buy replacement parts for my HJC Carbon Fiber helmet, like visors or padding? Many manufacturers offer replacement parts, including visors and padding, to extend your helmet's lifespan.
  17. How can I prevent helmet fogging during races? Anti-fog sprays and inserts are available to help keep your visor clear during races.
  18. What's the importance of proper helmet ventilation? Proper ventilation helps keep you cool and comfortable during races, reducing the risk of heat exhaustion.
  19. How do I store my HJC Carbon Fiber helmet between races? Keep it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and chemicals in a bag designed to store your auto racing helmet, like the Discovery Parts Evo Helmet Bag.
  20. Where can I buy a certified racing helmet? You should only buy from a professional authorized dealer who has sold thousands of helmets. You can find all the best brands at Discovery Parts online at www.discoveryparts.com or visit our retail store at Atlanta Motorsports park or at one of the hundreds of race and track day events we attend and support.

Remember, safety should always come first in auto racing. Choose a certified helmet that meets the necessary standards to protect yourself on the track.


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