Cool car things for the motorsports junkie

Add some team colours to your day with these motorsports-inspired gear

Cool car things April 2020

Whether it is Holden, Porsche, or Toyota. Running at the head of the pack, or butting heads in the back, there nothing like team spirit. Add some colour with these cool motorsport-themed gear that have just hit the market.  

01 | FEATURED "PRODUCT OF THE MONTH": Porsche 911 GT3 R sim racing wheel ($899 from
Fanatec’s replica Porsche 911 GT3 R steering wheel is made from aluminium and comes in leather or suede. Features real toggle dials, LED lights and OLED display. Requires Fanatec wheel base. 

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02 | Group B safari watch ($1711 from
Autodromo honours the gruelling Paris-Dakar rallies that trekked through Africa with this green-tinted Group B Series 2 watch. It has a Miyota automatic movement and resizeable bracelet.

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03 | Top Speed tee ($60 from
This purple shirt from UK company T-Lab compares the production-car top-speed records from 1967, 1985, 2005 and 2020 in its graphic. Offered in sizes small to extra-large, all tees are 100 per cent cotton.

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04 | Chevrolet umbrella ($45 from
Bag HSV’s Chevrolet umbrella, which boasts full fibreglass construction and rustproofing for rainy days in the pits. Spans 132cm when opened. Have it in any colour so long as it’s black.

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05 | Gazoo racing beanie ($40 from
Brace for winter with this Toyota Gazoo Racing beanie, finished in the team colours you’ll find on its WRC cars. One size fits all. 

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