BFGoodrich Launches G-Force Rival Tire in New Orleans

BFGoodrich Launches G-Force Rival Tire in New Orleans

Industry influencers” tested and evaluated the company’s new DOT extreme performance street/race tire, the g-Force Rival.


Babcox Media Senior Executive Editor Brendan Baker gives his review of the recent BF Goodrich g-Force Rival tire launch held at the newly constructed NOLA Motorsports Park in January. Industry “influencers” were invited to test the BFGs in multiple performance environments against the competition and give their impressions to engineers and managers.

These photos will give you a sneak peek of the coverage.

Full details can be found in the article in the February issue of ImportCar, arriving soon at your shop.

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