American-Canadian Tour Switching To Hoosier Rubber

WATERBURY, Vt. – The American-Canadian Tour announced Friday that its officially sanctioned series and tracks are switching to Hoosier tires starting with the Community Bank N.A. The American-Canadian Tour will run a new 8-inch tire specially designed and built for the division. The tire is the result of extensive testing by Hoosier and American-Canadian Tour officials that focused on reliability and overall performance. American-Canadian Tour officials have worked directly with Rob Summers, the owner of Hoosier Tire East, throughout the testing process. The tires cost $130 each, the same price as the 8-inch American Racer tire the class had been using. American-Canadian Tour and its affiliate tracks have been using American Racer as a late model tire supplier since the start of the 2014 season. In 2021, they will compete on a 7-inch Hoosier tire that is nearly identical in performance and price to the current American Racer tire.

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