ATLANTA – The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour for winged sprint cars will once again compete on Hoosier Tire rubber beginning with the 2013 racing season.
Hoosier Tire and the United Speed Contest Sanction (USCS) of Fayetteville, Ga., the parent company of the United Sprint Car Series, have forged a multi-year agreement that will see the series return to Hoosier exclusively for all dirt events.
The series previously competed on Hoosier tires for both its dirt and asphalt series events from 2003 through the 2009.
The United Sprint Car Series winged sprint cars will utilize the popular Hoosier 105×16.0x15 MEDIUM or the Hoosier 105×18.0x15 HARD right rear sprint car tires as the series required/legal SPEC right rear tires. The series will also require the use of Hoosier left rear and front tires. The left rear tires may be any Hoosier and the fronts are to be 85.0x8x15 Hoosier sprint car front tires.
“We believe that all of our USCS winged sprint car competitors will be very pleased with the tire rule change for 2013 from both the cost and service aspects of the return to Hoosier products,” said USCS Founder and President Pete Walton. “From the previous good experience with Hoosier products and the good relationship we have had with their management and distribution in the past we expect this transition to be an easy one for everyone. We look forward to working with Hoosier as a USCS partner once again.”