Motorsport products
Motorsport Products

Patented weight reduction solutions

Race-Spec products

Road Legal LED lights
Road legal lights (E11 mark)

ECE approved & FIA ratified

Driving/Spot lights (incl DRL)

OFFROAD lights
Offroad LED Lights

Black

Serious offroad performance

What Our Customer Say

"We wouldn't have finished the Dakar rally without the amazing Lazer lights"
Matt O'Hare R2R driver

"Easy to fit and incredibly bright, look great on my WRX STI" "
Bill (Notts)

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FIA, MSA, KNAF, FFSA

The FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) has confirmed that Lazer E-Marked LED hadlamps are permitted for the following motor Sports events: Group N, Group A, WRC, Group R1 to R4 , Group R5.
In the United Kingdom and the Netherands, E-Marked LED Headlamps are permitted for stage rallying.
In France, the FFSA does not allow E-marked headlamps where the light source is energy efficient LED.

 

Kamaz Master Victory

Kamaz Master, the incredible Russian truck team won the truck category, taking all three places on the podium. We were delighted to see Kamaz Master replace 6 HID spot lights with four ST-8 lights, to deliver weight saving and performance improvement.
With Lazer lights being used by more than 10 different teams, it was another epic year for Lazer and thse tems using our lights. The astonishing and inspiring Race2Recovery team yet again achieved a finish in this years Dakar, arguably under tougher circumstances than their debut year 2013.

 

Dakar Press Team visit Lazer

Compromises are not an option for many of the customers and motorsport teams that choose Lazer products. This is no truer than for the Dakar Press Team; the team that provide photography, film and written footage of the competitors in action at the toughest rally on earth; The Dakar Rally. […]

 

M-Sport R-5 specifies LAZER

Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology offers almost double the efficiency of the previous leading technology (High Intensity Discharge – HID), but when M-Sport first trialled the Lazer lights, it became clear that performance wasn’t in question, the issue became one of regulation. It took until July 2013 for the FIA […]