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Motolyric Original

By |February 21st, 2018|

After the years have passed, it’s been some time since we created a shirt for Motolyric itself. One without collaboration or other things involved, just a simple basic tee like the one we did years ago.

This time, representing our brand with who we are, what we do, and stapling our birth year. No special slogans, or artwork, just #motolyric the Motorsports Culture Supply Brand.

Screen printed on our trusted AAA Black Premium 100% Cotton Shirts, and available for a limited time from February 21st to February 28th. This will only be sold as a pre-order format, and shipping is free anywhere in the USA. If you live anywhere else, there will be a slight surcharge. So don’t miss this opportunity to grab one or two of our latest shirts, that is Motolyric. -Rommel Estrada #motorsportsculturesupply

To get one: CLICK HERE TO ORDER YOURS TODAY

 

K Series Hoodie – TDS/ML Collaboration #2

By |February 7th, 2018|

After much anticipaton and great feedback from the B Series Hoodie we released weeks ago. We’ve decided to bring out another collaboration with “The Dream Series” with the ever so famous K Series powerplant that has been the new kid on the block with all the right moves.  […]

King of Hammers – Day One

By |February 6th, 2018|

As time passes, so does events. But there is one event, I have grown fond of in the last 4 years. Now on my 4th attendance and still blown away of all the cool stuff to watch, follow and be in awe of. It is the “King Of The Hammers” the ultimate desert race that I drive 3 hours out to and be part of. A special place of off road playground for miles and miles. […]

Take Me Back – Global Time Attack Super Lap Battle 2017

By |November 17th, 2017|

I wish it didn’t have to end. The Time Attack season comes to a close, as the Global Time Attack Super Lap Battle finishes off the year with a very memorable one. Days before this 2 day event at the ever popular Buttonwillow Raceway in the middle of nowhere. I had some personal matters that took me off path, a break-up, and more financial issues that brought me down bad, I almost didn’t have the heart to go, I ended up selling more of my camera equipment and car parts that I could buy again in the future. But I know I needed to be there, I had to move on and get taken back to what I love about this sport so much. So I grabbed my only camera left, an old trusted 5D MK2, with 2 lenses and headed out.  […]

Times Are Changing – World Time Attack Challenge 2017

By |November 6th, 2017|

My second time back at the World Time Attack Challenge held in Sydney Australia, was nothing short of amazing. As 2017 rolled out in the beginning of the year, the Time Attack events worldwide, including home base USA was already big. Knowing that cars were being built, changed, or just getting out there chasing records, it was surely a great year. Fast forward to my decision to leave for #wtac again was hard since many major events around the same date and the following weeks would take place. So the budget was only good for one event, and after evaluating the choices I jumped on the plane and headed down under to join the buzz again that makes the World Time Attack Challenge that Great.  […]

RCO #006 – Shoe String Budget RX-7

By |October 5th, 2017|

Being a fan of RX7’s since my early teen years, I fell in love with my first one at age 13. My Grandfather’s Step son had a beautiful Red 90’s RX7 Turbo II, shod in meshed wheels, and some other goodies to young to remember. But he gave me a ride in it around the neighborhood and I instantly fell in love. With a un-removable grin, I remember telling my mom to take pictures of me with the car, so I could remember that day. (I’m still trying to unearth those old photos) Years after I was fascinated with the car, and started learning about Rotary Engines and what made them different. Matter of fact during that time I started writing about them in my High School Class projects, giving my classmates information back in the 90’s about the difference and why those who own such machines love them differently.  […]