Racing Code  
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Racing Code has garnered numerous features in automotive publications across the world over the years.

  Automobile Magazine
(December 2008)

Model Tees – Invite the world to stare at your chest with eclectic, speed-themed T-shirts – like this F1 steering wheel – from Racing Code.
(September 2008)

Motorsports Apparel – Racing Code has been around since '04 and its latest line of shirts, jackets, hats and accessories appeals to most motorsport enthusiasts and racecar drivers around the world. All its clothes are made of comfortable ring-spun cotton and the company has numerous designs to choose. Its line of keychains and hats are also a perfect universal gift for the car crowd.
  C16 Magazine (v2.01)

Racing Code Tees – The Racing Code peeps always know how to grab our attention sending over swag in the coolest containers. We got a free tool box out of them a couple of months back and a swank hat box that's now keeping my socks organized at home. But you didn't need to know that. What you do need to know is Racing Code have a new line of motorsport inspired designs that won't make you look like a car dork when you're wearing them.

  U.K.'s J-Tuner Magazine (Fall 2006)

Racing Code Clothing – Three new designs from the American designer label have just landed in the J-Tuner office. The entire Racing Code range of clothing is manufactured in the US, so you know it's good quality. The Racing Code range is also stocked in Toyota's Scion dealerships across America.
  Motor Trend Magazine (November 2006)

Tee Time – Most car-related apparel looks like it was designed by people who know tons about spark plugs, nothing about fashion. But these excellent new T-shirts ($22) by Racing Code buck the trend. Cool graphics, stylish colors, quality fabrics – you could wear one of these tees to a player's ball at Diddy's. Racing Code also makes long-sleeve versions, jackets, and hats.
  U.K.'s F1 Racing Magazine (September 2006)

Enjoy an F1 image on the cheap – If Bernie's official merchandise pushes your wallet too hard, then check out - a surprisingly stylish collection features a range of racing graphics that suit all budgets.
  Automobile Magazine (July 2006)

100 Octane T-Shirt – featured in Automobile Magazine's "In Gear: From Runway to Driveway" article.
  U.K.'s J-Tuner Magazine (Spring 2006)

Racing Code (UK Exclusive) – Widely regarded as the designer clothing of the automotive world, three new t-shirts from Racing Code landed in the J-Tuner office this month. The C6FBR, Monza 59 and Crest designs reinforce Racing Code's fresh take on the modified car industry. Also available for 2006 are these yellow Racing Code lanyards, ideal for holding key chains, ID badges and such like.
  Performance Auto & Sound Magazine (April/May 2006)

Racing Code Apparel – Racing Code, world-famous maker of apparel for the sport compact tuner and motorsports enthusiast, has launched fresh gear to kick off the new year. The "Motorsport Unit" track jacket will keep you warm during the cold mornings at the track. The new threads also include three T-shirt designs: "RC Crest," "C6FBR" and "Monza."
  C16 Autostyle (April 2006)

Racing Code Street Wear – Racing Code pulled all the stops out sending us a mini toolbox packed to the brim with a bunch of their cool tuner and motorsport- inspired logo tees and hats. All high quality stuff with graphics any enthusiast would be happy to sport. A new wardrobe and toolbox for trackdays to boot – that was easy!