Finding Form & Function For An AMSP Crew Member

Arrow McLaren SP use lots of fashion-forward articles of clothing. For the sartorially challenged, that means a ton of thinking goes into everything they wear. As much as fedoras may look cool (it’s still very much up for debate), they aren’t the best headgear come race day.

Similar to Vuse, Arrow McLaren SP appreciates the connection between form and function. They understand how aesthetics has both benefits and drawbacks, especially in this extremely intense environment. It’s all about what you’re willing to sacrifice in the pit. So, you better look the part.

Similar to Vuse, Arrow McLaren SP appreciates the connection between form and function. They understand how aesthetics has both benefits and drawbacks, especially in this extremely intense environment. It’s all about what you’re willing to sacrifice in the pit. So, you better look the part.

When the first Apollo astronauts prepared to take the 240,000-mile joy ride to the moon and back, clothing was hardly an afterthought. It’s not like Neil Armstrong was about to plant a few small steps for man in blue jeans and a pair of cowboy boots. Somebody had to design state-of-the-art spacesuits, in sync with whatever the lunar surface had in store for them.

While not exactly tantamount to space exploration, our partners at Arrow McLaren SP realize that whatever they don on race day had better work. Fractions of a second can be everything. With apologies to Mark Twain, the difference between almost the right racing attire and the right racing attire is the difference between a lap record and a lap dog