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    • IMSA tabs Michelin to be tire supplier from 2019

      DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The International Motor Sports Association has selected Michelin North America Inc. to be the designated race tire supplier for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and its two major challenge series starting...

    • Conti to bow out of IMSA race tire deals

      FORT MILL, S.C. — Continental Tire the Americas L.L.C. will bow out of its race tire supply contract with the International Motor Sports Association at the end of the 2018 season, ending a run that started with the 2010 season.

    • Forgeline shipping Carbon+Forged Series wheels

      DAYTON, Ohio — Forgeline Motorsports has started fulfilling orders for its hybrid carbon fiber/alloy Carbon+Forged Series wheels after a nine-month ramp-up period at its Dayton wheel factory.

    • Toyo sponsors Climbkhana sweepstakes

      CYPRESS, Calif. – Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. has launched its Toyo Tires Climbkhana Sweepstakes for a chance to meet drifting legend Ken Block at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.

    • Michelin's driver safety initiative hits mark

      NEW YORK — Michelin North America Inc.'s drive to improve road safety has reached a key target goal, getting administrators in all 50 states to commit to include information about tire safety in state-mandated training materials for new...

    • Forgeline adds club racing, muscle car wheels

      DAYTON, Ohio — Forgeline Motorsports L.L.C.is adding a pair of five-spoke wheels for club racing and autocross competition use along with launching a line targeted at muscle car owners.

    • Pep Boys ties up with IndyCar racer Rahal

      PHILADELPHIA — Pep Boys - Manny, Moe & Jack has struck a personal sponsorship deal with IndyCar racer Graham Rahal, who will be doing promotional work for the Philadelphia-based auto parts retailer and service provider.

    • Edelbrock racing parts chairman dies

      TORRANCE, Calif. — Vic Edelbrock Jr., head of the high-performance auto parts company bearing his family's name, died June 9, after complications from a cold.

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