Who makes hithoosier tires? Hoosier makes tires aimed at both amateurs and professionals competing in a variety of disciplines including stock car racing, road racing, dirt track racing, drag racing, rallying, and more. The business was purchased by Continental AG on October 4 of 2016. The tire company was purchased for a total nearing 140 million dollars.Who owns hoosier racing tires? Hoosier Racing Tire. The business was purchased by Continental AG on October 4 of 2016. The tire company was purchased for a total nearing 140 million dollars. Following the purchase, 27 year veteran John DeSalle was named president.Can you use hoosier tires for off track? Hoosier Tires should never be used for Off Track Exhibition or for Land Speed Record Vehicles including Jet or Rocket Powered Cars. Chemical Treatment of Tires: Hoosier Racing Tires strictly forbids any chemical alteration of the tire carcass and/or tread compound such as tire “soaking” or use of tread “softener.”Why is the hoosier tire color purple? The purple color that embodies the Hoosier Tire brand today came from the color of Bob’s first race car. In 1988 Hoosier Tire tackled a huge milestone entering the NASCAR Winston Cup Series (currently Sprint Cup). In the first year, Hoosier went on to capture nine victories while getting their marquee win at the Dayona 500 in 1989.
Hoosier Racing Tire Corp is a Connecticut Domestic Profit Corporation filed On April 24, 2006. The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is 0857406. The Registered Agent on file for this company is C T Corporation System and is located at One Corporate Center, Hartford, CT 06103-3220.