It may astound you to know, but most of us here at C&P don’t tend to wear suits and ties. Not at work, anyway. For us, happiness is a good T-shirt, and if it’s in someway related to cars, then all the better.

We’re clearly not alone; a trawl of t’interweb reveals plenty of websites catering for all your no-collared, short-sleeved automotive needs. Here’s a smattering of our favourites, but if you know of better than let us know in the comments below. If we get enough suggestions, we might make this a regular thing,

Slick Attire has a range of natty threads, including the wing-tacular motif at the top of this page showing the 1969 McLaren M7C-1, and the awesome Audi Quattro shirt above.

If you’ve got a lot of rather geeky friends, keep them occupied for a few minutes with this sweet tee from Enthusiast Apparel, showing 19 different race circuits. How many can you name?

Fans of BMW and/or artificial colours and sweeteners might want to head over to The Car Disco and check out this little number, which may confuse those not in the know.

Simple, but effective. A mk2 Ford Escort doing what it does best – go sideways, thanks to the guys at PetrolThreads.

No car geek t-shirt collection is complete without a Nurburgring reference, so here’s a suitably German affair from Benzin-im-Blut, showing the correct line through Adenauer Forst.

Phill Tromans has been a professional writer since 2001 and has specialised in motoring since 2005. After three years working in the UK he has worked for various titles in the Middle East, focusing on new cars and the industry, as well as motorsport. He also has a sweet collection of sneakers.

Phill Tromans