Pirelli North America's booth drew the ooh's and ah's of onlookers—and not just for the models signing posters there. This Saleen 2001 S7 Supercar, shod with Pirelli P-Zeros, can hit 200 mph—and costs about $375,000.
Showgoers try out the `Speedway PC' racing game under the shadow of the Llumar Window Film hydroplane.
Hankook's Ultra-Exotic Performance' Z-rated 17-inch concept tire features a curvilinear tread pattern. Wild, huh?
Adam Murphy, manager of BFG's Scorcher customized tire program, realizes his shirt color matches the flecks in the new version of the `Comet.'
Mike Langille of Andy's Tire Shop Ltd., Truro, Nova Scotia, and finacee Caren Rath admire the sandsculpted vehicle at the Toyo booth. Word has it the sandy tires grip really well.
At the Toyo-sponsored Tire Dealer Appreciation Breakfast, the long knives of jugglers the Raspyni Brothers fly by TANA Executive Vice President Ross Kogel, who tries to remember if his Last Will and Testament is up to date. Just in case.
Think SEMA, think custom wheels. That makes Enkei International Inc.'s national brand sales director, Jeff Bailey, smile.
Ray Evans, an executive vice president with Titan Tire Corp. of Ohio, tell Arnold Thomas of Denver-based Foree Tire Distributors about Titan's new ATV tire line.
It was a quiet week in Lake Woebegone, but not at the TANA breakfast, where humorist Garrison Keillor spoke, then signed an autograph for Steve Disney, TANA's president-elect.
Steve and Jonathatn Leffler of Suburban Tire Co., Glendale Heights, Ill., check out a 17-inch BFG All-Terrain T/AKO concept tire on a customized Chevy Sportside `Camo.' Given this right camouflage paint job, you may not even see the tires.