Hankook Tire, the exclusive tire provider for the DTM series, provided René Rast with optimal support in both low and high temperatures, on the September 8th and 9th races at the iconic circuit in the Eifel Mountains, Nürburgring, Germany, propelling Rast to claim two victories.
What happens when you add equal parts hard work and grit? Stir in a bunch of well-past their expiration date parts. Fold in fanatic volunteers. Sprinkle undeniable skill backed by humbleness. Reduce with no budget and baste with a brand new and unproven tire…. Well, I guess you get a Pro 2 Championship!
Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton won the Italian Grand Prix from third on the grid, using a one-stop tire strategy and good tire management overall. Hamilton started on the supersoft tire -- which had been used to set the fastest lap in Formula 1 history on Saturday, courtesy of Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen -- before switching to the soft tire on lap 28.
The first of September 2018 will go down in the history books for Falken Motorsports. Already during qualifying for the sixth round of the 2018 VLN Endurance Championship, the Falken duo excelled with an outstanding performance, earning themselves second and third on the starting grid.
Groupe Michelin is combining a unique blend of driving passion, performance and art.at Monterey Car Week, which began Aug. 18, 2018, and will run through Aug. 26 in Monterey County, Calif.
At first glance, it would appear that the tire compounds selected for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix -- medium, soft and supersoft -- are a step harder than the choices made for the same race last year (soft, supersoft, ultrasoft).
After scoring his first professional truck racing podium in Elk River, Minn., Daely Pentico and the Humblecock DPR team headed to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan for Rounds 5 & 6 of the Midwest Short Course League on Aug. 11-12.
On a hot, sticky, Midwest Saturday night, Team Falken Driver Matt Field scored a second place podium in Round 6 of the 2018 Black Magic Formula Drift Pro Championship at Gateway Motorsports Park, outside St. Louis.
Michelin GT Le Mans class factory teams fought through traffic, pit strategies, contact and each other to deliver an action-filled race Sunday at Road America. The track’s "America’s National Park of Speed" nickname lived up to the hype in a thrilling two-hour, 40-minute IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest from the pole using a one-stop ultrasoft-soft tire strategy.
Both the slick and the wet Pirelli tires were seen in Formula 2 at the Hungaroring circuit, while in GP3 the two races were both run on slicks. On a weekend characterized by variable weather, high temperatures, and plenty of action, the two feeder series to Formula 1 once again provided several opportunities for drivers to fine-tune their tire management skills.
The British Grand Prix at Silverstone came down to a tense strategic battle between Ferrari and Mercedes, after two safety cars in the closing stages of the race turned it into a pair of final sprints.
Michelin and its IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship technical partner teams pulled out all the stops in an exciting battle at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. Track temperatures peaked at 118-degrees Fahrenheit on a warm, sunny day under a picturesque, light blue sky at the season’s sole Canadian event.
While England is often associated with changeable weather, conditions were dry and warm all day on Friday, June 6, with track temperatures in excess of 113-degrees Fahrenheit. Similar warm weather is expected for the rest of the weekend.
Track temperatures of 140 degrees at one the fastest and most demanding tracks in motorsports presented a strong test, but Michelin and its IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship technical partner teams were more than equal to the challenge July 1 at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen at Watkins Glen, New York.