The Driver Suit Blog-Every Great Uniform Needs Gloves and Shoes To Match Revisited Part 2

By David G. Firestone Every so often, I like to revisit articles I did previously, and fix mistakes I made. For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to to revisit an article I did called “Every Great Uniform Needs Gloves and Shoes To Match.” This concerned a pair of Hut Stricklin gloves and Scott […]

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The Driver Suit Blog-Every Great Uniform Needs Gloves and Shoes To Match Revisited Part 1

By David G. Firestone Every so often, I like to revisit articles I did previously, and fix mistakes I made. For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to to revisit an article I did called “Every Great Uniform Needs Gloves and Shoes To Match.” This concerned a pair of Hut Stricklin gloves and Scott […]

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The Driver Suit Blog-A Great Series Needs a Great Logo!-2019 Edition

By David G. Firestone NASCAR has a lengthy history in the United States. Founded in 1948, 71 years ago, NASCAR has taken stock car racing to new heights. Once a regional promotion, NASCAR is now an international powerhouse. NASCAR and their various series have logo histories that are interesting. Let’s start with NASCAR itself. 1948-1968The […]

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The Driver Suit Blog-Partnerships In Racing Can Get Confusing Sometimes

By David G. Firestone Like many businesses, race teams often form partnerships to enhance business, or to stay afloat. Technical partnerships are one example, but there are other instances of struggling race teams teaming up to field race cars. One such example of multiple teams fielding cars is the TMG/Circle Sport/RCR deal in 2017. Circle […]

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