1992/93 Davy Jones Signed Race Used International Race of Champions IROC Suit
Davy Jones was a native of Chicago and had an eighteen-year career in motorsports. With an extensive background racing open-wheel and sports cars he won the Le Mans 24 Hour race in 1996 and very nearly the Indianapolis 500 the same year, just missing out by fractions of a second.
As one of the top all-round drivers of the period Jones was invited to compete in the 1992 and 1993 All-Star International Race of Champions (IROC) four-race Series. This is where Jones used this suit, all drivers competing wore similar suits. The all-white Simpson suit has the Series main sponsor True Value lettering logo across its midriff. There is also True Value patches on the left chest and arm. Also on the left chest is Jones name patch and a Goodyear (tire suppliers for the series) patch. On the right side is an IROC patch which has Davy Jones personally signed signature beneath. The back of the suit and shoulder pulls also have the Goodyear branding applied to them.
This would be a great suit to add to your race collection.