Japan Super GT Naoki Hattori Signed Bandai Namco Racing Team Hat

Designer: Bandai Namco

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Naoki Hattori is best known for his brief stint in Formula One in 1991 with the Coloni team. Hattori began his racing career in 1988 in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship, which he won in 1990. This success earned him a drive with the Coloni Formula One team for the 1991 Japanese and Australian Grand Prix.

After his Formula One career, Hattori raced in a variety of other motorsport series, including the Japanese Formula 3000 Championship, the Indy Lights Championship, the CART Championship, and the Super GT Championship. He also won the 1991 Spa 24 Hours race in a Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R.

The Bandai Namco #35 Racing Team is one of the most successful teams in Super GT history. With five championships to its name, the team is known for its innovative approach to racing and its commitment to developing young drivers. The team was founded in 2004 by Bandai Namco Entertainment, a Japanese video game company.

The team's goal was to bring the excitement of Super GT racing to a wider audience and to use its racing expertise to develop new and innovative video games. The Bandai Namco #35 Racing Team has quickly become a force to be reckoned with in Super GT. The team has won five championships, including the GT500 title in 2011 and 2015.

The team has also won numerous races, producing some of the best drivers in Super GT history, including Naoki Yamamoto, Satoshi Motoyama, and Ryo Hirakawa.

The Bandai Namco #35 Racing Team is known for its innovative approach to racing. The team has been the first to adopt many new technologies, such as hybrid powertrains and advanced aerodynamics. The team has also pioneered using data analysis to improve its performance.

Please understand that retro items might have slight imperfections due to long-term storage.

Size: Adjustable

Condition: Retro New

Color: Red

General sizes in Japan tend to run smaller than the US sizing. Vintage Japanese apparel runs smaller than current Japanese sizing. We recommend using our measurements on each product to be sure you are choosing the size that fits you the best.

Note: All measurements are taken while the product is laying flat on a surface.


Size Chart Conversion:

JP S US XS
JP M US S
JP L US M
JP 2L US L
JP 3L US XL
JP 4L US XXL

 

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