September 17, 2015 - Posted by The Decal Source
FIA Formula 4 Racing Comes to America: The Value of Car Decals
The Decal Source is thrilled to be a part of an exciting new racing opportunity in the United States. Formula 4 Series, also known as F4 racing, allows drivers to enter into open-wheel racing at a lower expense than Formula 3. Now that there is an official FIA Formula 4 Championship Series in the United States, more young drivers in the states can make their dreams of a racing career come true.
Partnering closely with Honda Racing and the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA), TDS recently provided a partial wrap and decals for the U.S. F4 launch car featuring a Crawford Composites chassis and a 2.0-litre direct-injection K20 engine supplied by Honda Performance Development (HPD). We are dedicated to helping young people jumpstart their racing careers with high-impact decals that are both durable and affordable. Check out the launch car, as well as a promotional banner design by TDS in this video:
Template and Design
Our highly skilled graphic artist have hand crafted a vector template of the Formula 4 Crawford Composite Chassis. They use this EPS line art file for design and setup of decals and wraps. This template allows for precise placement of sponsor brands and a finished product that matches the approved layout.
Your Experienced Provider of F4 Decals
Are you looking to move up the ladder from karting to F4 racing? It’s important to have a car that is ready for the track. TDS specializes in Indy Lights decals, Indy Lights wraps, and motorsports graphics for numerous racing series. We wrap more than half of all NASCAR teams, as well as those in IndyCar, the Sprint Cup, ARCA, Red Bull Global Rallycross, and many other series. A one-stop-shop, we design, produce, and install your graphics while providing seamless service. With best-in-class technology and staff who understand the demands of racing, TDS designs F4 printed wraps to enhance your brand or sponsor – graphics that make a statement to your competitors on the track and fans in the grandstand.