In all of my years of working in motorsports, I’ve noticed things and did a little research.
The following photos are from all over the country. Pirates love racing. And these are just the ones I saw. How many more are out there?
This Pirate Flag doesn’t stand out like the first one, but it’s still noticeable.
Number three is very easy to see.
The fourth flag stands out quite nicely. When you’re photographing a moving flag, you never know what you will get.
There are so many Jolly Roger’s out there, it would be impossible to know for sure how many ‘New Age Pirates’ are out there. If I only had a way to get all of these Pirate fans to check out my sites and logos.
If you haven’t heard of a ‘New Age’ Pirate, that’s because I coined the phrase to help define an attitude that some have about life… and death in the 21st century.
It stands out when it’s by itself.
A little hard to see, but it’s there.
Maybe one day, they’ll be flyin’ my flags.
Even the smaller tents have Pirates in them.
Talking about Pirate Flags and Banners started me thinking. I just took a coffee break and designed a pretty good Banner for the race fans.
The logo is cool. The lettering matches the skull logo. It has the all important word Racing. But notice mine has the word Team added.
You never see companies making Banners that say Racing Team. I’d bet a lot of money that if you gave a racing fan the option of any other company’s Banner or mine.
Well, you just might lose big. If it’s one thing I know, it’s what racing fans like. I made this Banner in about 20 minutes. And most of that was shopping online for some new fonts.
I’m sure I’ll see more Motorsports Pirates during my trips to the race tracks, so I’ll add to this post periodically. Check back for updates.
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