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Hankook Continues Partnership with Supercar Fest for 2022

Hankook Tyre UK has renewed its partnership as official tyre partner for the third consecutive year with Supercar Fest in 2022. This supercar themed festival will display the best modern day and classic supercars ever built over two days from the 28th – 29th May 2022 and showcase the thrilling Supercar Fest: the Runway. With a new giant screen at the start line to display the supercars’ speed and a new 3 tier viewing platform for spectators, Supercar Fest: the Runway looks set to be to be even bigger in 2022.

Chang Yool Han, Managing Director of Hankook Tyre UK says “Hankook is delighted to once again be named as the official tyre partner for a third consecutive year. This is a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase the Hankook brand and our world class tyres to motoring enthusiasts and supercar owners.”

As well as the runway action there will be plenty more happening across the 2-day event. Visitors can enjoy unrestricted access to the supercar paddock where they can get close to all types of supercars, from the modern to the classics as well as over 50 rarely seen on the road ‘hypercars’.

On display will be Hankook’s latest flagship tyre, the Ventus S1 Evo Z designed with proven motorsport technology to ensure high performance of premium segment sports cars at high speed. The Ventus S1 Evo Z marks a new era in Hankook’s high-end-tyre portfolio streamlined for highly demanding sports cars that need the extra bit of grip and cornering qualities, without compromising durability and safety. This ultra-ultra-high-performance tyre is being used as original equipment by leading premium manufacturers sports vehicles including BMW X3 M and X4 M, MINI John Cooper Works GP and last but not least, the Porsche Panamera. In the world of motorsport Hankook is regarded as one of the main supporters of this professional and popular sport as well as in the promotion of young motorsport talent. The Hankook name is at home just as equally on the endurance track as it is in formula racing, TCR series, and touring car championships.