Mazda Motorsports & Bfgoodrich Tires

Mazda Motorsports & BFGoodrich TiresIn 1984, Mazda, BFGoodrich®Tires and Jim Busby Racing teamed up to score an historic class win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The car, a Lola T-616, was powered by a Mazda 13B rotary engine and shod with experimental BFGoodrich T/A™ Radial street tires.

Toyo Tires Reveals 2013 Sema Show Lineup

Toyo Tires Reveals 2013 SEMA Show LineupToyo Tires will have a strong presence at this year’s SEMA Show, with three locations throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center filled with hardcore automotive goods.

Yokohama : This Year To Again Run Its Original Ev On Fuel-efficient Tires In World’s Toughest Hill Climb Race

Yokohama : This Year to Again Run Its Original EV on Fuel-Efficient Tires in World’s Toughest Hill Climb RaceThe Yokohama Rubber announced today that its racing team will participate with its original electric vehicle (EV) in the 2012 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The event will take place on July 8 in the state of Colorado, U.S.A. The team refers to the race as the "Team Yokohama EV Challenge." Its unique EV racing car is equipped with BluEarth-A tires, a new product in the BluEarth fuel-efficient tire line incorporating the latest environmental technologies, including orange oil compounding technology. Yokohama will thus be competing with a zero-emission vehicle running on fuel-efficient tires.

Toyo Tires Nanoenergy 3

Toyo Tires Nanoenergy 3Toyo Tires’ Nanoenergy 3 is a fuel-efficient tire designed to minimize energy losses suffered by the tire due to resistance, particularly contact friction from the road surface, thereby reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Geneva Auto Show 2012 : Bridgestone Prints Patterns On Tires

Geneva Auto Show 2012 : Bridgestone prints patterns on tiresBridgestone Corporation announced in January 2012 that it has developed a revolutionary new printing technology for tires that is different from any tire printing or coloring process on the market today.

Until now, white rubber has been used on the sidewalls of tires to manufacture white ribbon and white letter tires. This process requires the use of large amounts of white rubber to prevent discoloration and to also maintain durability.