Racing fans, myself included, love to collect hero cards, especially at racing events. This is my collection of hero cards.Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-Hero Cards
I have a huge collection of NASCAR award banquet napkin rings, the collection of which we will examine this week.Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-NASCAR Napkin Rings
This is a set of 5 mini helmets from Team Dish in 2007.Read More Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-2007 Team Dish Helmet Set
BrandArt is the official replica helmet maker of NASCAR, and here are a couple of examples, a Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Best Buy helmet, and a Carl Edwards Aflac helmet.Read More The Driver Suit Blog-Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-BrandArt Replica Helmets
By David G. Firestone Although the commonly used term is “paint scheme,” paint rarely, if ever is used on the sides of cars. What is used is vinyl wrap. The schemes are printed on vinyl, and then applied to the car. This saves time, and weight. It also makes the complex schemes of today possible. […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-When is a Paint Scheme Not a Paint Scheme?
By David G. Firestone The Executive Paint Scheme Ranking Committee has had our final meeting. While I made the decisions, Alejandro slept on my lap and occasionally woke up and purred. All 49 teams are having their paint schemes ranked this week, so here we go: 1-FURNITURE ROW RACING #78 CHEVY SS-Rank Last Year:4th of […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-2015 Paint Scheme Leaderboard Part 4-The Grand Finale
By David G. Firestone The Executive Paint Scheme Ranking Committee has met for a second time. Alejandro decided to sleep through the proceedings, since he has to sleep for 18 hours a day. Anyway, this week the Committee has voted on Ford’s rankings for 2015, and here they are. 1-FRONT ROW MOTORSPORTS #35-Rank Last Year:8th […]Read More The Driver Suit Blog-2015 Paint Scheme Leaderboard Part 2-Ford