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Radar Tires joins TORC as official series partner

Posted on April 24, 2014

After a breakout 2013 rookie season of off-road racing, Radar Tires, the flagship brand of Singapore-headquartered Omni United, comes into their second season with TORC: The Off-Road Championship Presented by AMSOIL, primed with an announcement of official series partnership and three drivers in the PRO Light class.

TORC is the nation’s premiere short-course, off-road racing series. Radar Tires will be an Official Series Partner for the entire 2014 TORC season.
 
Coming in as a new partner, the company already has a good, securing a trio of talented racers to represent Radar in the PRO Light class. Project648 Motorsports’ driver Luke Johnson and Cam Reimers Motorsports co-drivers Cam Reimers and Ian Harris will all campaign a full TORC season on Renegade R5 Radar Tires.

Related Topics: Radar Tires, The Off-Road Championship

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