One of the tasks you will probably have to spend a bit of time on, when preparing for a car race, is that of decorating the car. There are instances where the race organizers issue guidelines on how the participating cars are to be decorated. There are other instances where the drivers taking part in the races are free to decorate their cars in whichever ways they want.
If a given company sponsors you for the race, then you will probably have to decorate your car with that company’s corporate colors and logo. The sponsoring company may be one that is involved in the publication or distribution of car racing sports magazines. Or it may be one that is involved in the manufacture of automobiles. Alternatively, it could also be a financial institution, or even a government agency. Whatever it happens to be, chances are that it will be expecting ‘publicity’ in exchange for the sponsorship.
The exact manner in which the decoration of racing cars is done depends on several factors. To a great extent, it depends on the budget that is available for the purpose. There is also the question of whether the car under consideration is one that is meant for full-time racing. If it is a car that exists specifically for racing purposes, then more permanent decoration can be used. If the car will have to revert to normal use after the race, then it follows that a less permanent decoration has to be used.
Decoration of cars in readiness for races is big business. As a person with an entrepreneurial spirit, you may even find yourself being tempted to set up a Sunbiz corporation — in order to end up with a company specializing in decoration of cars for racing purposes. Once such a company is established, you’d only be required to take some time every year, to file a Sunbiz annual report — which is simply a status report, and not a financial report. After setting up such a company, you would only need to let car racing enthusiasts know that you are offering racing car decoration services. Then, in a short while, you would be smiling all the way to the bank.