Motorcycle Racing News Pirelli Motorcycle Tire is now accepting sponsorship

Pirelli Motorcycle Tire is now accepting sponsorship

Pirelli Motorcycle Tire is now accepting sponsorship proposals for the 2010 USA road-racing season. Riders wishing to compete on the famously democratic tire, that provides racers with wins and safety and is the brand that swept the top seven positions in the Daytona 200 in 2008, the last year of Pirelli competing in that event, are encouraged to send their resumés to Chris Jensen, Racing Manager, Pirelli NA, 100 Pirelli Drive, Rome, GA 30161. Please deliver your resumé to Pirelli before December 1, 2009.

The Pirelli Diablo family of tires is a premier option for any racer or rider, showcasing outstanding all-around performance & confidence through unprecedented traction and feel. The Pirelli Diablo Superbike Slick and Diablo Supercorsa, that are available to regional racers in America, are the same tires used in the record-setting World Superbike Series, and in winning the overall 2009 WERA National Endurance championship for Team Vesrah Suzuki. In 2010 Pirelli will also have a revamped contingency program.

Chris Jensen, Pirelli Racing Manager, said, "Whether Pirelli competes on the highest stage or the smallest venue, we are committed to providing racers with tires they can trust. And likewise, whether we are the spec tire or competing against other brands, we only supply tires that are capable of setting track records. We invite every racer to try them and we invite every racer to win on them."

Pirelli Tire North America designs, develops, manufactures, and markets tires for passenger vehicles in both the original equipment and replacement markets, as well as marketing tires for motorcycles and race cars. Located in Rome, Georgia, Pirelli’s Modular Integrated Robotized System (MIRS) employs state-of-the-art technology to manufacture tires for both export and domestic markets. For more information please visit: www.us.pirellimoto.com.


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