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Retro lifestyle apparel from RACE RALLY ROAD

Submitted by on October 23, 2009

RACE RALLY ROAD (R3) this month launched its new website – www.racerallyroad.com which features a collection of lifestyle apparel for sports motoring enthusiasts.

Designed and produced with driving passion in Australia, R3 offers motoring fanatics the opportunity to wear clothing that compliments their lifestyle.

“Since its inception in 2005 the company has designed a range of products that are bold in their appearance and deliver a proud message of motorsport heritage and history,” said Matthew Dagg, founder of RACE RALLY ROAD.

“The brand aligns itself with performance and confidence, and all designs have a universal appeal to fans of all things automotive.”

The team at R3 are continually developing new designs and aim to have a broad cross section between the promotion of motorsport history and motoring legends.

“R3 is driven by people who love their sport on four wheels,” he added.

“The company is enthusiastic and highly motivated about bringing unique motoring designs to the legions of enthusiasts around the world and with its roots deeply planted in historic racing and high performance road cars, it will always produce a diverse range of products to suit everyone.”

R3’s new collection features a range of designer shirts priced from $45 and R3 now sells a range of excellent automotive books from formative motoring writers and motorsport art from some of the most renowned motorsport artists in the world.

Over time the apparel range will grow to include ladies clothing (under the R3 owned trademark brand MONO LISA), historic motorcycle wear and children’s wear. At present other race inspired products are being developed in order to drive the brand which will assist R3 to become Australia’s leading producer of general motorsport inspired apparel.

R3 motorsport apparel, books and art is available exclusively online at www.racerallyroad.com.

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