Dmack marks eight years in FIA South American rally championship

22nd February 2019 | 0 Comments
 
Dmack marks eight years in FIA South American rally championship
Dmack is continuing its tyre supply deal with the FIA CODASUR South American Rally Championship

Dmack is celebrating its eighth year as tyre partner to the FIA CODASUR South American Rally Championship. The tyre supplier states that the championship is one of the world’s most diverse regional championships. It has provided competitors with gravel tyres for a wide range of surfaces – from rocky gravel roads to clay and mud.

This year’s championship starts with the Rally de la Tierra Colorada 2019 in Argentina on 1 March before heading to Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia and Uruguay. The events are supported by Dmack’s extensive network of dealers in the region, providing fitting and technical support to teams. The competition is set to be even more intense this year with a mix of new-generation R5 cars being used.

Dmack’s proven gravel tyres are designed using technology lifted from its participation in the World Rally Championship. It states that its current product performs across all car classes – including R5, GpN, Maxi and R2 – and on all road conditions.

Dick Cormack, Dmack managing director, said: “South America is one of the strongest markets for Dmack and our gravel tyres have an impressive motorsport heritage on the FIA CODASUR South American Rally Championship events. We are proud to continue this strong relationship since 2012 and looking forward to supplying our key products to this exciting and challenging FIA championship.”

Andrés Dupont, president CODASUR Rally Commission, said: “We are pleased that Dmack is continuing as tyre partner to the FIA CODASUR South American Rally Championship for the eighth successive year. The championship attracts a high calibre of competitors from the region and Dmack products perform well across our wide range of events to ensure some spectacular competition.”

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