"Hoosier prides itself on delivering a kart tire that excels in performance, consistency and durability," he said. "Most importantly, our company is very passionate about providing the best customer service within the industry."
With this new national and regional sprint tire agreement with Hoosier, IKF said it is taking added measures to further reduce participant tire costs by adopting the Hoosier R60 for dry applications while the new Hoosier WET compound will be used in rain applications.
The Hoosier R60 is categorized as a hard compound for 2-cycle and 4-cycle sprint applications, offering "excellent grip levels without compromising longevity," Hoosier said. The company's WET tire has been designed to maximize grip in heavy rain conditions, it said, and is equipped with higher levels of durability for drying track conditions.
The IKF has been a governing body for the sport of karting since 1957. The Ontario, Calif.-based organization publishes rules for speedway, sprint and road racing kart platforms. There are 13 IKF regions that span across the U.S. and Canada.
More information on Hoosier kart tires is available on the company's website.
For more information about the International Kart Federation, visit its website.