Mario Andretti's Last Ever Indy Car Race Worn Driving Suit
Mario's very last Indy Car race worn uniform was used by him in 1994 at Laguna Seca. He was saluted in this race-first by being driven around the track in pace car with his family and also by leading the field in the honorary pole position during the warm-up lap. This is one of the most important driving uniforms to ever be sold. It signifies the career of the greatest auto racer of all time. Sparco uniform has "Laguna Seca '94" embroidered on the right sleeve. The amount of advertising on this jacket is unbelievable. The right sleeve has Dirt Devil, Energizer, Take Care Molson, International, and Bench Top sewn in. The left sleeve features patches from Ford, Braun, Yamazen, and RC Cola with Cosworth and Motorcraft sewn in. The front has patches from Kmart, Texaco, Uniden, and PPG with Dirt Devil, Gillette, Bosch, Take Care Molson, Energizer, Exide Batteries, Andersen Consulting, Maxell, Newman Haas Racing and Andretti's name embroidered in. Alexander Julian and Sparco patches sewn on the belt with Goodyear sewn into the sleeves and Kmart, Texaco Havoline on the back. Shows nice use and comes with two letters of authenticity (one signed by Mario) and two photos of him wearing this suit.