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The D.O.T. Drag Radial 2 is Hoosier's redesigned Drag Racing Radial tire developed for drag racers that compete in sanctioned events at local strips. D.O.T. Drag Radials feature Hoosier's race-proventechnology and compounds, making them ideal for competition classes that require street-legal…
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…Drag Racing Radial tire developed for drag racers that compete in sanctioned events at local strips. D.O.T. Drag Radials feature Hoosier's race-proventechnology and compounds, making them ideal for competition classes that require street-legal tires.WARNING: D.O.T. labeled Hoosier Racing Tires…
Which Street Legal Drag Radial Racing Tires to Buy. Tuesday, August 7, 2012 by Gary Stanley. Do you have a high-powered Chevy Camaro, Ford Mustang or modified car that you want to take to the drag strip? If so, you might be interested in a tire that is designed to be driven on the street, as well as at your event.
Mickey Thompson was a drag racer—it was in his DNA to “Stand on the Gas.” Mickey helped write the rules—he was there when Drag Racing was born and his fingerprints and legacy are all over the sport to this day. Mickey Thompson drag tires continue to set records and break records.
What are the best street legal drag tires? Discussion in 'Suspension, Chassis and Tire Tech' started by Limey tri Chevy, Jul 27, 2007. Limey tri Chevy Joined: Jul 9, 2007. I am in the UK and we can't get away with a few cuts on the tires for street use. The class I want to run in has a 25 mile street cruise or you are a DNQ.
These Hoosier DOT drag radial tires meet the Department of Transportation requirements for marking and performance only. They feature a special compound to provide good traction, making them perfect for classes that require street-legal style tires. The DOT drag radials are not intended for street use or for use on public roads.
Winter tire, showing tread pattern designed to compact snow in the gaps.Snow tires—also called winter tires—are tires designed for use on snow and ice. Snow tires have a tread design with larger gaps than those on summer tires, increasing traction on snow and ice. Such tires that have passed a specific winter traction performance test are entitled to display a "Three-Peak Mountain Snow Flake" symbol on their sidewalls. Tires designed for winter conditions are optimized to drive at temperatures below . Some snow tires have metal or ceramic studs that protrude from the tire to increase traction on hard-packed snow or ice. Studs abrade dry pavement, causing dust and creating wear in the wheel path. Regulations that require the use of snow tires or permit the use of studs vary by country in Asia and Europe, and by state or province in North America. Related to snow tires are those with an M+S rating, which denotes an "all-season" capability—quieter on clear roads, but less capable on snow or ice than a winter tire.
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The Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 003 (formerly known as P 33) is a limited edition sports car and racing car manufactured by American boutique car maker Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus LLC. First announced as P 33 in 2013, the SCG 003 was launched in 2015 at the Geneva Motor Show. Former Pininfarina designer Paolo Garella was commissioned to design the car. On July 18, 2017 Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus LLC's application to NHTSA to be a Low Volume Manufacturer was "deemed approved" enabling it to manufacture up to 325 turn key cars per year that do not need to adhere to Federal crash test and airbag standards but still needed to comply with emissions and safety standards in the state that they are registered in.