Maxxis Sponsors Time Attack Series - Tire Review Magazine

Maxxis Sponsors Time Attack Series

(Akron/Tire Review) Maxxis International will sponsor a Time Attack series in the U.S. beginning this year.

Time Attack is a form of track racing, originating in Japan, in which participants drive street tuned cars on DOT tires and try to post the best laps times.

Maxxis is offering a contingency for the top three finishers in each of the seven race classes.

The series kicks off May 6-7 at Phoenix International Raceway, then continues July 29-30 at Virginia International Raceway; Aug. 12-13 at Road Atlanta; and Oct. 14-15 at Buttonwillow in California. East Coast finals will be held at Mid-Ohio in September, and the West Coast finals will be at Buttonwillow on Nov. 8.

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