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2011 Contingency programs for Toyo Tires

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In SCCA, racers can win cash contingency from Toyo Tires for their successes. Contingency payouts include the Solo National Event Tours, Solo Divisional Championships, Solo National Championships, the ProSolo National Series and National Spec Miata road racing. In 2010, racers won several championships while competing in the Street Touring classes on Toyo Proxes R1R extreme performance tires.

NASA road racers can earn Toyo Bucks for podium finishes while relying on the winning consistency of Toyo Proxes RA1 R-compound tires. NASA spec classes using these tires include: American Iron, Camaro-Mustang Challenge, Factory Five Challenge, Honda Challenge, Spec 3/Spec e30 (BMW), Spec Miata, and 944-spec. Also competing on road courses across the country, Redline Time Attack! racers can earn Toyo Bucks contingency payouts for their podium wins. Many Time Attack drivers choose the Toyo Proxes R888, street legal R-compound tire.

SCORE-International desert racers can win contingency payouts for running products such as the championship-winning Toyo Open Country M/T tires in classes including Trophy Truck, Class-1/2 1600, Class 8, Class 7, Class 7S and Class Stock Full. In addition, competitors in the Best in the Desert off-road series can also win cash contingencies for earning podiums on Open Country M/T tires.

“Toyo Tires is proud to continue our extensive contingency support of amateur race drivers across the U.S.,” said Stan Chen, manager of events and motorsports, Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. “Whether racing on our Proxes UHP and R-compound tires on the pavement, or with our Open Country products in the desert, we offer a tire that will deliver a winning advantage.”

To learn more about Toyo Tires’ contingency programs, log onto http://toyotires.com/tire-motorsports/contingency-programs.

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