Racing apparel can be used for more than just racing. It can be a great way to brighten up the day of those in need, such as children with special needs or elderly people in a community center. Schools and centers may be open to donations of old shirts, but make sure they are not stained or broken. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to find a recycling center that accepts fabrics for recycling. If you're creative, you can find ways to reuse the fabric yourself.
T-shirts can be cut into usable sizes and used as cleaning rags for household chores or waxing your car. They can also be donated as rags to pet shelters for bedding and cleaning. Special clothing may be needed for certain sports, such as motorsport suits that need to be refrigerant and fireproof due to the thermal stress and risk of fire. Additionally, machine sports often require hearing protectors due to the high levels of noise. Wetsuits are also necessary for water sports, as they allow users to stay immersed in cold water for extended periods of time.
The development of novel fibers has improved protection against moisture and cold outside, while also allowing sweat to flow through the garment.