FIA World Rally Championship

DMACK launch new asphalt tyres for Rallye Deutschland

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DMACK have launched a new range of asphalt tyres, ready for the latest 2016 FIA World Rally Championship round Rallye Deutschland.

The British tyre manufacturer have played their mid-season ‘joker’ in which they’ll be débuting its revised version of their DMT-RC2 dry weather tyres along with its all-new DMT-W wet weather tyres at Rallye Deutschland on 18-21 August 2016.

Along with those tyre compounds, WRC competitors will have access to two more dry tyre compounds in the form of the DMT-RC soft S5+ and the harder H5+ tyres, which have been in development for four months.

DMACK have also created in line with FIA regulations to enhance safety in wet weather the DMT-W, which is designed to specifically cope with standing water and wet asphalt.

DMACK’s Managing Director Dick Cormack said At the start of the season we outlined our intent to take DMACK to the next level through testing and product development. We’ve proved our ability with the gravel tyres and we’ve been working intently on the asphalt products.

“Our new range is a significant step forward and, while targeted initially at WRC, will provide a viable option for regional and national championships.

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