By David G. Firestone I was ready to present a behind the scenes video this week, but I’m gonna put that on the back burner until next week. Last Saturday was the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis, an IndyCar race on the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The race as a whole was fun, […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Thoughts On A Bad Situation
By David G. Firestone I’m not a traveler. I don’t really travel as much as I should, because I don’t fly well. This last March, I went to Tuscon, Arizona, and spent a week at my parent’s condo. We did a whole bunch of fun stuff, including the Titan II museum, located southwest of Davis–Monthan […]Read More Vintage Item Spotlight-Titan II Blast Door Control Box
A suit worn by Porsche dealer and enthusiast Nort Northam at the 1988 24 hours of Daytona will be featured this week.Read More DGF2099 Productions-Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-Nort Northam Driver Suit
By David G. Firestone The Driver Suit Blog is my favorite project I have ever undertaken. I’ve gotten a few people who ask about the origins of The Driver Suit Blog, and so this week, we will start with how it came to be. The origins are rooted in my game-used memorabilia collection. I started […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Driver Suit Blog…The Origins
This week, we take a look at some NASCAR replica helmets. Not made for racing, but made for collectors.Read More DGF2099 Productions-Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-NASCAR Replica Helmets
By David G. Firestone While the bulk of The Driver Suit Blog is devoted to NASCAR, which, admittedly is my favorite form of auto racing, I do follow other forms of racing, and collect items from many different forms of racing. I am a fan of NHRA drag racing, and I attend races when I […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Showing Some Love for the NHRA!
By David G. Firestone Going to take a break from sports stuff on Vintage Item Spotlight for a while, the Senators numbers took a lot out of me. We all watched cartoons growing up. That goes without saying. What many people don’t realize is that animation cels from your favorite childhood programs are becoming collector […]Read More Vintage Item Spotlight-Animation Cels