By David G. Firestone I would like to discuss some issues that have come up in recent weeks with the new Gen 6 car. These issues seem minor, but with this new car, they need to be addressed. And because these issues are issues, it leads to a conclusion that is kind of stunning in […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Some Issues with the New Gen 6 Car
For my season finale, we will examine this set of various industrial lubricant samples that was used by a Unocal 76 salesman during the 1980’s.Read More DGF2099 Productions-Introduction to Salesman Samples-1980’s Unocal Industrial Lubricants
For my 8th season finale, we will revisit a Scott Wimmer Siemens driver suit from 2002.Read More DGF2099 Productions-Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-Scott Wimmer 2002 Driver Suit
By David G. Firestone Since the fire risk in racing is as high as it is, it makes sense that driver uniform includes fire retardant shoes and gloves to go along with it. Although they are frequently overlooked by many fans, they are just as critical to driver safety and comfort as the suit and […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Every Great Outfit Needs Gloves and Shoes to Match!
This is a page from the Thomas Car Seat company, that features a couple of swatches of material used by the company to make the seats.Read More DGF2099 Productions-Introduction to Sample Catalogs-Thomas Car Seats-1941
A Jack Sprague suit worn for his brief Busch Grand National series stint driving for Alberstons will be examined this week.Read More DGF2099 Productions-Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-Jack Sprague 2000 Race-Worn Driver Suit
I had an article ready on driver shoes and glove ready for this week, but NASCAR came out and announced this week that the 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame would be electing new inductees on May 22. So what I’m going to do this week is discuss each inductee in some detail, and add the […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame Nominees