Track day on your Calendar this year? Skip the poor looking painters tape numbers… Custom Vinyl numbers starting at $33 Custom HPDE Track Day Vinyl Racing Numbers
Do you SCCA Autocross? Do you NASA Autocross, Time Trial, Road Race? Drag Race? Do you take your car to High Performance Driver Education / open track days? Headlight Armor is now offering custom made to order vinyl numbers! These are all made to order and follow the guidelines of the SCCA and NASA sanctioning bodies.
Four different items are available – grouped here
SCCA Numbers Here
NASA Numbers Here
General Track Day Number Here
NHRA Numbers Here
Let us know if you have any questions about them!
Saturday Update: Hope everybody had a great Valentines day We had a busy Friday and were able to get out all orders that came in before 3PM CT! If you placed an order earlier than that, it is on its way. Monday is Presidents day, so orders in transit will have some delay. Also with the big snow in the south and east coast, USPS is reporting some delays there as well. USPS will be closed for Presidents day, so weekend orders will begin shipping on Tuesday. All weekend orders should ship our by Wednesday, so most domestic customers will have their orders by the weekend.
Hope everybody has a relaxing weekend!
Another set of SCCA number went out yesterday - and we installed them locally! 10" Numbers and 5" Class Letters. Gray Material. Font Hammer Fat.
Ready to apply:
The car will have two drivers so we also cut (and left space for) a number 1 - going on a magnet in front of the 35. There is also space in front of the SM for an X (expert class locally). All customer requests.
Looking good! SCCA Number sets installed, ready for the season.
Are you ready? Get your Custom SCCA Number sets from HeadlightArmor here
Just bought a set! Thanks!
Thinking about some racing numbers for your car but not sure you can apply them correctly? We just uploaded a pair of videos that should alleviate any apprehension you might have! SCCA, NASA, NHRA, or general HPDE Track day, I am ready and looking good!
This video shows the application of a SCCA Autocross specific custom cut vinyl racing number set from Headlight Armor. Our number sets are available in a variety of sizes and colors. We have general track day HPDE numbers, and rules specific SCCA Autocross, NASA Road Race / TT and NHRA Drag Racing Number/ class sets. The various applications are on the site here: Racing Numbers and Vinyl Decals The application is in real time and uncut.
While there are a variety of ways to apply a vinyl graphic such as a set of numbers, we chose a DIY Friendly approach. I hope it helps.
For this video we are applying the numbers and class letters together (how your order will come). Please note that we left spaces for an extra number digit (a “1” ) in front of the “35” as the car is going to be co-driven. The “1” was also provided and is going on a magnet.
Let us know what you think. Give it a "like" if it was helpful! Let us know if you have any questions on the application.
For this video we are applying the numbers and class letters separately, to fit customer requirements and spacing between the fender and door handle. Please note that we left spaces for an extra number digit (a “1”) in front of the “35” as the car is going to be co-driven. The “1” was also provided and is going on a magnet.
Yesterday was a hectic Monday! All weekend orders shipped including a custom set of track day numbers.
For these we were able to do a custom font as well. The customer contacted us about a specific font - which we had available - and this is what we used. For track day numbers this is an option. For the SCCA & NASA Numbers a user selected font may not fit the rules. So if you have some specific font you want for your track day vinyl numbers - hit us up
Magnetic Door blanks back in stock! Great companion to our Custom Track / Race Vinyl Number Sets!
Magnetic Door Blanks are available on the site here
The material is white. You can mount your numbers as a pannel, or you can mount the individual numbers and cut around them with a scissors / razor knife.
As always please let us know if you have any questions.