By David G. FirestoneFrom a design aspect, no other factor contributes as much as the primary sponsor or sponsors of the car. Everything from the colors to the torso design, to the television logos, to the shoulder epaulet and collar design depends on the primary sponsor. While this has been the case for the most […]Read More They Pay the Bills, So They Design The Suit
By David G. Firestone [Editor’s Note: Originally, this week was a post dedicated to primary sponsor logos. However, I had this column on the shelf for a while, but given recent events in the NFL, which fellow uniform blogger Paul Lukas has covered in depth, I felt that this article concerning helmet safety in NASCAR […]Read More Open or Closed…Which Helmet Would You Have Chosen?
By David G. Firestone I normally don’t do two posts in one week, but after the events of the last two weeks in NASCAR, I felt compelled to state my feelings on the matter. Obviously, what took place at and after the Federated Auto Parts 400 is shocking to say the least. As a NASCAR […]Read More My Statement Regarding the events of the Federated Auto Parts 400
By David G. Firestone In my last column, I mentioned that Starting Lineup and Winner’s Circle figures made in the 1980’s and 1990’s censored alcohol and tobacco logos. But when it comes to these figures, how do the uniforms the figures portray stack up to their real-life counterparts? First, lets discuss the figures themselves. Created […]Read More Figure This Out!
By David G. Firestone Since I started this blog, I have found myself chasing stories more. One thing will lead to another, and sometimes, I will discover something that I have never thought I would write about. Today’s column is one of these examples. This story started off when I tried to photo-match this Bobby […]Read More NASCAR Sponsorship and Children…Sailing the Censorship.