Molded STEERING WHEEL GRIPS Designed by the Inventor
3 Programs: Intros ($) | Custom Tuner ($$) | ProPak ($$$)
NEW INTRO PROGRAMS
Fixed Hand, Shuffle Steer
New Intro Programs let you feel the difference in the turns for a smaller investment. Until you actually get one in your hands, the claims of dramatic improvement seem inconceivable. That's because you've always had to squeeze the wheel to turn it...well, not anymore.
PersonaGrip steering wheels change this old paradigm because they now primarily use LEVERAGE...but, they must be designed properly.
ProPaks have been used for over a quarter century in the world's highest forms of racing including IndyCar, NASCAR, IMSA, The Unlimiteds, and Formula One Cars and Boats. They have unilmited lifetime guarantees that give teams/drivers trackside tuning and support via smartphone videochat until the grips are dialed-in perfectly.
Michael Schumacher's wheel, Ser.#159/F1-001, helped him win the '95 F1 Championship, and provided the motivation for the ProPak tuning program.
ENDURANCE STEERING WHEELS for a TEAM OF DRIVERS use a PersonaGrip design that's ideal in endurance competition because those racing wheels are molded with less-radical grip features.
Those endurance racing steering wheel grips can accommodate all team members while still benefiting each driver with most of the leveraging benefits and surface treatments...Here's How:
PersonaGrip's tacky material burnishes into a surface that allows micro-adjusting so each driver can wiggle their fingers and workout folds under their gloves without much effort as they nestle into the mild leveraging features.
Since PersonaGrips are always RE-moldable, tuning them to suit the whole team is easily accomplished with smartphone videochat Trackside Tech Support.
Dellis' own steering wheel on his #007 Beck Lister Corvette seen on the FAQs page has used this design many times. Here's a larger pic.
NOTE: In the video above and elsewhere on this website you'll hear Street Racer Program. Today, this program is now known as Intro Program(s) since Street Racing has become politically incorrect.