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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Hoosier Racing Tire Corporation Failed to Disclose a Major Defect in its Hoosier D.O.T. – Radial Racing Tires
A class action lawsuit was filed on June 18, 2015 alleging the Hoosier Racing Tire Corporation knowingly sold defective tires causing blowouts and leaving drivers unable to control their cars.
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About Hoosier D.O.T. Radial Racing Tires
A class action lawsuit was filed on June 18, 2015 in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida alleging Hoosier Racing Tire Corporation manufactured and sold defective racing tires. The complaint asserts that the tires tend to have tread separation which leads to a “wart like” growth in the middle of the tire. This results in a large amount of vibration and eventual tire blow out leaving the driver with virtually no control of the car. This tire defect can result in damage to the race car, damage to the racetrack facility and replacement of the tires which are valued at $1200-$1300 per set.
Plaintiff further alleges that Hoosier Racing Tire Corporation knew or should have known of the tire defect and failed to warn the public of said defect. To date, the company has not recalled the racing tires nor offered to reimburse its customers for any expenses due to the repair or replacement of the defective tires.