One of the toughest off road motorsport competitions in the world, the Rainforest Challenge (RFC) will once again test brave competitors at the ultimate battle for 4x4 supremacy, which will be held on November 23, 2018 at Kota Bahru, Kelantan, Malaysia.
Among those participating in the race is Team Philippines, which is led by Atty. Robi Consunji, who is also the appointed representative for the RFC Global Series Philippines. Atty. Consunji is joined by two other adventure seekers - Eduardo “Randy” Sobrepeña (driver) and Ronnie “Boxy” Malonzo (co-driver), who both hail from San Fernando City, Pampanga. Team Philippines will compete in a modified Land Cruiser FJ40 with M9060 Maxxis Mud Trepador.
Committed to delivering high performance tires to the world, Maxxis offers products that are of unmatched quality and performance. Already with more than 45 years of experience coupled with the ingenuity of its people, Maxxis continues to make use of new technologies to come up with a highly-diverse lineup of tires for different types of vehicles.
Maxxis’ products have gone through strict testing in its world-class facilities as well as at the world’s leading tire test centers. In addition, Maxxis’ engineers test their tires with both national and world-class champions. By utilizing the most advanced manufacturing equipment and engineering facilities in the industry, Maxxis is able to come up with products that are truly top of the line. Nothing goes into production until is it’s cleared by the company’s extensive professional evaluation.
For the upcoming RFC Global Finals, Maxxis’ M9060 Mud Trepador tires will undergo the ultimate test. Designed to conquer off-road terrain with ease, the Trepador features a comfortable casing with ultra-aggressive sidewall design for excellent off-road traction best for sand and rocks.
To be able to improve on-road stability and performance, the Trepador also features a nylon belt reinforcement, which also improves puncture resistance.
Maxxis Philippines wishes Team Philippines all the best in their upcoming competition.
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