Atturo Tire Corp. Expands Off-Road Racer Support Through New Contingency Program; Renews Partnership With Abd Motorsports for 2023 Season
Atturo’s motorsports contingency program will further expand the company’s commitment and support to racing teams in the off-road racing community.
Atturo Tire Corp. announced at the 2022 PRI Trade Show the introduction of an expansive and competitive motorsports contingency program. The introduction of this program will further expand Atturo Tires’ commitment and support to racing teams in the off-road racing community.
“Atturo has a long history of utilizing motorsports to prove the durability, performance, and quality of our products to consumers,” said Michael Mathis, president of Atturo Tire Corp. “It was only right to develop a contingency program that helps to support these racers in the same way they have supported us throughout our motorsports endeavors.”
The new contingency program will feature payouts of up to $2,500 for the premier off-road series, such as SCORE, Best in The Desert and Ultra4. Atturo also plans to offer payouts of up to $1,000 for regional series such as Great American Short Course, Mid-America Outdoors, and Nor-Cal Rock Racing. Interested racers can find full details and the 2023 off-road motorsports contingency application here.
Edwin Abd’s first race will be the annual King of The Hammers race in Johnson Valley, February 11.
In other news, Atturo Tire Corp. has announced at the 2022 PRI Trade Show that it is continuing its partnership with off-road racer Edwin Abd with a collaboration that will support Abd’s racing efforts in Ultra4, Best in The Desert and SCORE International. Abd will race on Atturo’s 40x13.5R17 Trail Blade BOSS: Green Label Non-D.O.T. Competition Tires. Abd’s first race will be the annual King of The Hammers race in Johnson Valley, February 11, and he will compete in the 4400 Unlimited class.
Hot Shot’s Secret Announces Title Sponsorship of the 2023 NHRDA Diesel Drag Racing and Sled Pulling Series
Hot Shot’s Secret has announced the title sponsorship of the National Hot Rod Diesel Association (NHRDA) series. NHRDA promotes diesel events throughout North America, including diesel drag racing, sled pulling, show ‘n’ shines, dyno competitions and burnout competitions. At this time, NHRDA has committed to five events scheduled to occur in April, May, June, July and September. The series will open with the Desert Diesel Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Arizona, followed by the Nor Cal Diesel Rally at Redding Dragstrip in Redding, California, Canadian Diesel Shootout at Mission Raceway in Mission British Columbia, and the Big Sky Truck Fest at Yellowstone Dragstrip in Billings, Montana. The NHRDA World Finals will have competitors from all over the world coming to compete, and will be held September 15–17 at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas.
Texas Motorplex Releases 2023 Schedule
Heading into 2023, Texas Motorplex will once again host a wide variety of drag-racing events drawing fans from across the country. The Stampede of Speed, the largest continuous motorsports event second only to the Indy 500, will anchor a season of racing action in 2023. Throughout the season the track will host bracket races, as well as specialty racing events. Following the NHRA Texas Fall Nationals Street Outlaws No Prep Kings the newest series in the Street Outlaws franchise will be contested October 27–28. Click here to view the entire schedule.
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