The race-track racing tire company RTA developed a tire for Formula 1 racing cars in the 1980s.
It was a big deal in the automotive world, with companies like DaimlerChrysler buying the company for $10 billion.
Now RTA is working on a tire that can compete with other tires.
Now it’s got an investment from a billionaire.
In the new film, the actor who plays Richard “Dickie” Swoboda, who also starred in “The Big Lebowski,” talks to Newsweek about the relationship between the racers and the company.
“They were just competitors,” Swobod says.
“When we got the tires, we said, ‘We’re going to compete with the world.’
And it worked.”RTA, founded by racing-tires expert Roger Sayer, made its debut at the 1988 New York International Auto Show.
Now the company is working with some of the most famous racing-car manufacturers, like Porsche, McLaren, Ferrari and Lamborghini, and it’s also working on race tires for other cars.RTA’s tire is now used in a new generation of cars and is available in all-wheel drive, full-size and full-length tires.
It also has racing-gas-powered versions for use on racetracks.
The company is also working to develop a tire with a racing-fuel-efficiency rating that could make it competitive with other racers’ tires.
“It’s one of those things that, if you’re not an avid racing fan, you don’t really understand,” says RTA president Paul F. LeBlanc.
“But, we can make something that will make you want to buy one.”RTE has been around since the 1980, and was a key part of the early development of Formula 1, which was first held in Britain.
Now racing-cars fans everywhere are watching to see if this tire will make a comeback in a future race.