Vinyl stickers and motor racing

Ever since the first bumper met its first sticker vinyl stickers have been hugely popular as a method of providing great looking signage at an affordable price using a material that can stand up to the majority of the harshest elements.  One example of the popularity of vinyl stickers is motor racing.  You only have to look at the cars or motorbikes on offer to see all the sponsorship decals littered all over the bodywork and these are all done using vinyl stickers.  This is because any smooth surface is a prime location for a vinyl sticker and bodywork of cars and bikes is as smooth as it gets. If you take a look at the usual Formula One or Moto GP races you will see hundreds of different vinyl stickers on show as they all race around the track.

During a race the bodywork will obviously get dealt a lot of blows if the racing gets physical and the great thing about vinyl stickers is that they last.  At the end of a race, when a car or bike comes to the finish line, is all battered and scraped from a long battle with the enemy you will often see that the vinyl stickers are all still intact.  And let’s not forget that the material used for the vinyl stickers need to be able to withstand water and heat in excess temperatures and to not peel away under pressure.  The majority of vinyl stickers can survive quite a beating and that is why the sponsors use vinyl stickers on car or bike decals because they are long lasting.  In an event such as stock car racing for example where physical battering is commonplace it really shows the benefit and beauty of vinyl stickers as most often than not the stickers survive the race unscathed.

There are many different sizes of vinyl stickers and placement locations on both a car and a bike and you can even get vinyl stickers that cover the entire car bonnet or bike fairing in a one piece.  This is especially popular with the street racing culture thanks to the likes of Initial D and Fast and the Furious.  And whilst a vinyl sticker on your car or bike may not necessarily improve your skills at racing or driving it will certainly make your machine more noticeable and eye catching and sometimes the most memorable part of a race are the car or bike liveries that on offer if the on-track action is not so hot.  So you can hopefully see why the use of vinyl stickers are great for motor racing and ensuring that your favourite sponsors or team can be seen by the entire television watching world as they watch the car or bike go racing around the next corner again.  After all, if it was not for vinyl stickers we would not have numbers of the most famous racing drivers etched in to our minds.  Everyone remembers the red number 5 that Nigel Mansell has on his F1 car when he was at Williams or the 41 that sits proudly on the front of Valentino Rossi’s Yamaha and vinyl stickers made that all entirely possible.

If you looking for Vinyl stickers shop you can visit to website at  http://www.qspgroup.com.au/products/vinyl-stickers/

 

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