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Just in, 3 new T-shirt designs, all inspired by vintage Fomula 1 racing drivers, and their liveries / logos. These classic designs are given an updated twist and are all printed on black American Apparel t-shirts. Quantities of these special edition shirts are limited so make sure to get your size while it's still available.  Carry on the legacy of these legendary drivers as you pay tribute to their accomplishments in motorsport.

 

L  A  U  D  A

lauda

 

Niki Lauda was not only one of the most successful Formula 1 drivers of all time, but also one of the fiercest competitors. Following his fiery crash in 1976 Lauda fought hard to survive the severe injuries he sustained in an attempt to finish his season and contend against James Hunt for the title in what was one of the most storied rivalries of all time. This shirt is an homage to his sponsorship and includes plays on Goodyear, The Raiffeisen Banking Group, Chronograph Heur, and Agip.

 

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H  U  N  T

jameeshunt  

Inspired by the helmet as worn by the infamous James Hunt, this logo says 1970's racing like no other. With a reputation for being a playboy and partier James' driving style was known for being just as risky as his (not so) personal life. The poster child for Formula 1 from the decade, now wearing this shirt you can pay homage to this legend at a racetrack near you.

 

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S  E  N  N  A

sennacar

 

Ayrton Senna was one of the most beloved Formula 1 drivers of all time, known off the track for his intense patriotism which helped unify a struggling nation, as well as his efforts to improve the safety of the sport. Ironically, these efforts were not enough and Senna lost his life on track doing the very thing he loved the most.

This shirt features Senna's own slogan "Designed to Win" on the front and the Number 12 as seen on his John Player Special Lotus in black and gold livery.

 

 

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