Hoosier Racing Tire

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Hoosier Racing Tire
Industry Automotive
Founded 1958
Headquarters Lakeville, Indiana
Products Tires
Website hoosiertire.com

Hoosier Racing Tire is an American tire manufacturer primarily specializing in the production of tires for competition use. An Indiana-based company, Hoosier claims to be the world's largest race tire manufacturer. The company was founded in 1958, and has since provided tires for use in series sanctioned by Grand-Am, IHRA, ARCA, CRA, NASCAR, IMCA, WISSOTA, SCCA, AIS, and Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

On November 23, 2012, it was announced that the UARA-Stars Late Model series would begin using Hoosier tires in 2013.[1]

On October 4, 2016, the announcement was made that Hoosier Racing Tire was purchased by Continental AG.[2]



  1. ^ "UARA-STARS Switches to Hoosiers Tires for The 2013 Season". Short Track Action. November 23, 2012. Retrieved November 8, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Continental Acquires Hoosier Racing Tire". National Speed Sport News. 2016-10-05.