The French hat is a staple of the sport of racing, and it has been in popularity since the late 1960s.
The hat is made of cotton, has a square, or flat shape, and is covered with a soft fabric called a houndstooth.
The hat has been a part of the French racing community for more than half a century, and there is a reason for this.
The French flag, which was originally created by King Louis XVI in the 19th century, is an eagle on a white field, which is the traditional French flag.
This is how the French flag was raised in the 18th century.
As a symbol of unity, the French have adopted the flag, and the flag has been the focus of many sporting celebrations.
When the French began racing in the 1960s, the country’s flag was not as popular as it is today.
During the 1960 Tour de France, which featured a yellow flag, the flag was only seen once in the final four races of the race.
The race was held in Paris, but it was held just three times during the 60s.
The French flag is no longer as popular, so it became fashionable for racing teams to incorporate the flag into their helmets.
The new French helmet, which became popular with Formula 1 drivers in the 1970s, had a red cross on the helmet, and was designed by renowned designer Bernard Fauchard.
The cross was the first one that appeared on the French helmet in years.
The crest of the flag remained the same, but a red stripe was added at the top.
The red stripe is not unique to the French.
Many countries have flags that have the same crest and red stripe, like the British and Italian flags.
In the 1980s, NASCAR began to incorporate a French flag into its uniforms.
In 1987, NASCAR made the decision to have a red French flag on its helmets.
Many NASCAR drivers were inspired to wear the new flag, with a few winning races and even winning championships.
The popularity of the new French flag also prompted NASCAR to introduce the “Red Flag” to its logos in 1999.
The flag features a white triangle in a red circle with the words “France, France, France” written in yellow, on a blue background.
The design is similar to the “French” flag worn by the French Football team, and also features the words France “C” and France “F” in the middle of a red field.
The colors of the triangle and circle were originally inspired by the colors of France’s flag.NASCAR did not immediately respond to TheSportBible’s request for comment.