Cooper Tire to feature at 15th anniversary Rallyday
The 15th edition of Rallyday, Europe’s premier rally car show, takes place on Saturday 19 September at Castle Combe Circuit, in Wiltshire, and Cooper Tire Europe will have an increased presence at the event in its anniversary year.
Rallyday is an annual show providing rally fans and off-road adventurers the chance to enjoy live demonstrations and displays including the highly-popular Cooper Tires 4x4 Rally Raid Zone, rally car rides, circuit parades and track sessions.
The Cooper Tires 4x4 Rally Raid Zone features 4x4 club displays, Challenge Truck Demonstrations and passenger rides on the dedicated mixed surface area. Cooper Tire Europe will also be showcasing their latest 4x4 tyre technology with a range of products on display. Spectators can watch thrilling demonstrations of the Challenge Trucks and Trial Vehicles doing the seemingly impossible on the specially built 4x4 Rally Raid Zone course.
From the All Wheel Drive Club (AWDC), to individual 4x4 clubs there will be a wide range of vehicles on show from the 4x4 world.
Sarah McRoberts, Marketing Communications Manager for Cooper Tire Europe, commented, “Rallyday is a regular fixture on our calendar, as it offers rally and 4x4 fans an opportunity to get up close and personal with a host of illustrious rally cars and off-road vehicles.
“Along with the ‘back by popular demand’ Cooper Tires 4x4 Rally Raid Zone, we also have on display our Cooper liveried Ford Fiesta ST and Range Rover Evoque. This year we will also be joined by the Race2Recovery team.
“Cooper has a wealth of experience in developing durable tyres that can cope with going from ‘the rough to the smooth.’ Through our participation in the world-famous Dakar Rally to being official tyre supplier to the FIA World Rallycross Championship, Cooper’s technical expertise obtained from competing on extreme surfaces has been transferred to the development of our off-road product range. Visitors to Rallyday will get to witness Cooper tyres in action first-hand.”