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At Race Mirrors we've refined and improved our designs and quality during the past few years as the brand in 2018 reached its 20th anniversary.

Race Mirrors' heritage and future remains linked directly to the race track.

The power behind the technology is not horsepower but the science of aerodynamics.

Instead of spending big money to develop engine horsepower, we knew that by reducing aerodynamic drag we could help drivers more directly improve overall speed.

Finesse versus brute force, so to say.

Our Professional and Club Series designs have been a common sight on championship-winning cars for the past 15 years. We've dominated Formula Ford and Formula Vee podiums at the SCCA Runoffs for the past five years. Our domination reaches to Pro Ford 1600 & 2000, and across borders into Canada, Australia and throughout Europe.

Wind-tunnel testing dictated the Professional Extreme designs which reduce drag by at least 55 percent when compared with traditional competition mirrors.


Our advanced Aero Extreme design received a US patent.

Professional Aero Extreme is the most aerodynamically efficient mirror on the track today.

Genuine carbon fiber, convex glass lenses (wide view, without distortion), and CNC-machined 6061 aluminum mountings are features which raise Race Mirrors' competitive on-track advantage, quality and durability.

We continue to develop new designs, and in 2016 we refined the aerodynamics of our range of Club Series plastic mirrors.

For 2017 we've developed two new center-mount designs. Our small Compact Dash-Mount measures only 4.5 inches across the face and carries a convex elliptical mirror (flat mirror is available as a no-cost option) on a 3.25in stem.

The new SuperCar Interior, as the name suggests, is designed to comply with Aussie V8 SuperCar regs. Its 17-inch convex mirror offers an incredibly wide field of view - more than 160 degrees. This past year the SuperCar Interior in plastic and carbon fiber has become extremely popular.


  Prototype of new SuperCar Interior mirror seeing action on the BMW M6 GT3 at Bathurst 12-Hour in Australia.   CIS GT at the 2016 Bathurst 12-Hour on the Ginetta G55 coupe. GIS GT weighs less than half the standard mirror.
  Production-spec Honda with a pair of
Club GTs (plastic) beautifully prepared.
  Pro Rectangular mirrors with Extended Mounts modified to fit a Mazda Miata MX-5.
  Mr. Vader dresses his drive with a pair of Pro Elliptical Aero Extreme because he can.   Daniel Smith on the podium as he continues to develop his Formula Enterprise this year.