Team SubZero’s Landen and Gunner Brown topped the podium in their respective classes.
Maxxis athletes earned notable wins at Amsoil Off-Road Racing Championship.
In a targeted segment that caters to enthusiasts — from spirited daily drivers to weekend track warriors — dealers who are up to speed on tire features, performance and options will find success with their UHP summer customers.
Maxxis will supply BMW Group with tires in size 225/40R18 92Y XL HP5.
Maxxis has partnered with Ben Grannis, cyclist and motivational speaker, to reduce distracted driving.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) announced its Best New Products Award winners at the 2022 SEMA Show. These awards are given to the most innovative and cutting-edge automotive aftermarket products that will be consumable in 2022. SEMA’s annual New Product Awards competition recognizes achievements in the development of products being introduced to the automotive
General Motors (GM) recognized Maxxis and Hankook Tire as 2021 Suppliers of the Year. GM celebrated honorees at its 30th annual Supplier of the Year awards ceremony in Phoenix, Arizona, in March. GM says its Supplier of the Year award recognizes global suppliers that distinguish themselves by exceeding GM’s requirements. This year, GM recognized 134
Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Spec Miata-class (SMT) racers in the San Francisco region have voted to allow the use of the Maxxis Victra RC-1 in addition to Toyo tires for the 2022 season. Racers in this popular Spec Miata-based regional series can begin using the Victra RC- 1 starting with the Feb. 26-27
After extensive testing by the National Auto Sport Association (NASA), the Maxxis RC-1 has been chosen as the spec race tire for the NASA Spec E30 class from 2022 – 2024. Maxxis says the recently updated Victra RC-1 with the R2 compound succeeded in NASA’s tests by delivering an optimum balance between dry traction, consistency,
Maxxis will support the National Auto Sport Association with discounts for members and competitors.
The department lowered import duties for Cheng Shin Rubber from 52.42% to 30.21% based on a “ministerial error.”
Dr. Wally Chen is leaving retirement and will assume the chairmanship following a vote by the board of directors.