Toyo Tires continues to support USAD 25 Hours of Thunderhill with its on-site VIP Track Services and Hospitality for Racers and Teams.
The 25 Hours is the longest endurance road race in North America and Toyo Tires is celebrating its eighth year supporting the event.
This year’s race is December 6 – 8 at the Thunderhill Raceway Park located near Willows, CA. Competitors using Toyo Proxes tires will enjoy access to the Toyo Tires hospitality area including meals on Friday (lunch and dinner), Saturday (breakfast, lunch, dinner and a midnight snack), and Sunday (breakfast and lunch).
The program applies to racers using the Toyo Proxes RS1 full-slick, the Proxes RR DOT competition and the Proxes R888R tires in dry conditions; while the Proxes R1R and Proxes RA1 are approved for wet use. This is the 17th year Toyo Tires has been the Official Tire of NASA.
“Toyo Tires continues to lead the way with unrivaled support for NASA 25 Hour teams,” said Jeremy Croiset, NASA Vice President. “Their support program along with the competitive advantages their product line offers teams has made them the top choice of competitors for the event. We couldn’t be more pleased that they have continued this support program for 2019 and look forward to watching how this historic event develops.”
“Toyo Tires is proud to continue its support of the 25 Hours for 2019, and to provide extra assistance to registered competitors using Toyo Proxes competition tires,” said Marc Sanzenbacher, senior manager, motorsports, Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. “This year, we have greatly expanded our lineup of competition tires, especially our Proxes RR two-groove product. This expanded lineup provides even more access to a wider variety of racers wishing to compete in NASA road racing.”