Posted: Oct 23, 2017
We often receive questions from customers wondering why tires with a certain speed rating are installed as original equipment on their vehicles. One customer asked, “Can you explain why a car like a Nissan cube needs tires that have a speed rating of over 200 km/hr is required?” 
Posted: Nov 25, 2015
So why bamboo and why would carbon be needed?Years of studying winter driving it was shown that even in really cold weather conditions there’s a thin sheet of water on the road surface. This can be above clear paved roads, ice or any slippery surface. This thin layer of moisture restricts the tire from making a positive contact which is essential for turning, braking or accelerating. 
Posted: Nov 03, 2015
TweetThe first video in the series after the introduction gets right to the point … “What’s up with the nuts?” A good question that needs a little time to explain.
Posted: May 31, 2015
The summer driving season is just around the corner and we’re reminded to check our tire pressure. This is really important before heading out for a summer get away to the lake or to see friends and family.
Posted: Feb 27, 2015
Admittedly, it's probably not first thing you notice when looking at a tire but those little cuts you see running across the tread are called sipes. These sipes play a big part in keeping you safe on the road.
Posted: Sep 30, 2014
Toyo Tires has a long history of supporting grass roots motorsports in Canada. In the article below Jason Sharpe from the Toyo Tires F1600 series provides a summary of the 2014 season and talks about the resurgence of open wheel racing in Canada.The Toyo Tires F1600 Championship, sanctioned by CASC – Ontario Region, is the premiere open wheel road racing series based in Ontario. 
Posted: Aug 28, 2014
For the past 13 years some of the best tarmac rally racers from North America have traveled to Newfoundland to compete in the Targa rally that twists and winds its way over six days and 2,000 kilometers through some of the harshest and most scenic terrain that province has to offer.
Posted: Jul 31, 2014
It’s no secret that racing is an expensive sport. In addition to buying a car racers can spend a significant amount of time and money upgrading the engine, suspension and brakes all in the hopes of making it around the track a second or two faster than their competitors.
Posted: Jun 27, 2014
Area 27 is  Canada’s first motorsports country club, located in the southern Okanagan region of British Columbia. The Club’s name honours legendary Canadian F1 driver, and project partner, Jacques Villeneuve.
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Posted: May 07, 2014
The list of Canadian racers is long and storied with names like John Duff, Kay Petre, Ron Fellows, Scott Goodyear, and father and son duo Gilles and Jacques Villeneuve.  While there’s no reason to expect that Canada’s success behind the wheel won’t continue with the likes of Scott Hargrove and Toyo Tires F1600 alumni James Hinchcliff, we’ve had limited success in other areas of racing.


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