In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Stand 21 factory is shifting its production to make surgical masks in order to help save lives. Stand 21 has been a pioneer in saving the lives of racers for 50 years. In these challenging times, when the sport we all love has been put on hold, Stand 21 set out focus on helping out, rather than simply remaining passive or fatalistic. Stand 21 has an exceptional and experienced workforce in France, ready to volunteer. One person, Nadine, had already produced surgical masks, and Romain Morizot worked to find the material, allowing this project to be implemented under the blessings of Stand 21 founder Yves Morizot. And now, Stand 21 is producing surgical masks to help reduce infections in this pandemic, especially for medical personnel and paramedics but also for factory workers and anyone else.