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TooRace FIA Underware
Nice fit. Very soft feel. Great looking. Great Value!

Underwear

Paddy P

Hand made just for me! 
The material and custom fit feels so much better then my OMP suit. Amazing service and value! You need one of these!
Race Suits

Glenn

Fast Friendly Personal
Fantastic Service, Product showed up in a timely manner, Great communication, High quality hand made.
Race Boots

Jason G

Passione & Dedicazione delivers Qualità to New Zealand

Personalisation

Our high attention to detail and inhouse production facilities mean we can add a little magic to every product. Contact us for details and options.

Hand made in Italy

Toorace products are lovingly crafted by our highly skilled team of seamstresses in Turin, Italy.

Passion for Quality

Every item is manually checked for quality to ensure our customers receive the very best Italian products.

Fireproof Underwear for Motorsport

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The circuit racing season is in full swing. And with all the talk of expensive safety gear, we thought we'd lighten the mood and show off our affordable & famous Fireproof Undies.

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Handmade Italian Racewear

Available in NZ direct from the manufacturer

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