Molded STEERING WHEEL GRIPS Designed by the Inventor
NEW SIMPLIFIED PROGRAMS
Until you actually get one in your hands, any claim of dramatic improvement seems inconceivable. That's because you've always had to squeeze the wheel to turn it...not anymore.
PersonaGrip steering wheels change things because now you can use LEVERAGE AGAINST CAREFULLY DESIGNED SURFACES to turn the wheel...but, they must be designed properly.
While it's flattering to see all the IndyCar teams attempting to mold their own steering wheels, you can get yourself into trouble during a kickback if you design the grips incorrectly.
LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE BEST DRIVERS IN THE WORLD
PersonaGrip has been used for well over a quarter century in the world's highest forms of racing including IndyCar, NASCAR, IMSA, The Unlimiteds, and Formula One Cars and Boats.
With unlimited RE-moldability, PersonaGrip wheels have unlimited lifetime tuneability since videochat provides you coaching until the grips are dialed-in perfectly.
Michael Schumacher's wheel, Ser.#159/F1-001, helped him win the '95 F1 Championship, and it paved the way for today's remote conversions.
Simply ship me your wheel, send me a link to your in-car videos (so I can see your steering method), and you'll get it back a few days later pre-molded properly.
EVERY DESIGN IS DIFFERENT
ENDURANCE STEERING WHEELS for a TEAM OF DRIVERS use a DIFFERENT design that's ideal in endurance competition because those racing wheels use less-radical grip design 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. But, you need to know how to mold the material properly so it can accommodate different hand sizes and steering methods using less-radical molds.
IDEAL Stick-Slip Characteristics
After just a few laps, PersonaGrip's tacky material burnishes to allow micro-adjusting so each driver can simply wiggle their fingers to work out folds under their gloves.
Since PersonaGrips are always RE-moldable, tuning them to suit the entire team is easily accomplished using videochat for trackside Tech Support.
Dellis' own steering wheel on his #007 Beck Lister Corvette seen on the FAQs page has used this design many times.
NOTE: In the video above and elsewhere on this website you'll hear references to different programs. Today, these programs are simplified...call for details: 714.342.3020