HJC Motorsports and Kyle Tasker Team Up for 2016 CTCC Season

FEBRUARY 23, 2016

SOURCE : KYLE TASKER

Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) driver Kyle Tasker is proud to announce HJC Motorsports as his official helmet for the 2016 CTCC racing season.

In 1971, HJC specialized in manufacturing motorcycle helmets exclusively. HJC has succeeded in maintaining the status as the #1 helmet motorcycle brand in North America since 1992. With more 40 years of experience in helmet manufacturing HJC Motorsports’s goal today is to provide high quality, comfortable, and reasonably priced engineered auto racing helmets that continue their motorcycle helmet heritage.

Tasker will be wearing HJC Motorsports’ super-lite Fi-10R model that features 7 forced air entry points strategically spread around the crown of the helmet to keep the driver cool. The Fi-10R also offers a removable, washable fire retardant and moisture wicking interior. The Fi-10R is Snell SA2010 approved and is available in sizes XS-XXL, colors available are white or rubber stone. Learn more at: http://www.hjc-motorsports.com/

Starting with racing radio controlled cars, to earning 2-stroke Karting Championships Tasker’s passion and determination has always driven him towards being the best he can be. In 2016, Tasker will drive the JDS Autosports race team’s #17 Hyundai Tiburon in the – Canadian Touring Car Championship in the Touring Class. Tasker’s achievements to date include: 2014 – 2nd Overall GT4 Class Championship and 2nd Overall in the GT Sprints Championship, 2013 – 3rd Overall in GT Sprints Championship GT5 Class, 2011 – Rotax Masters Karting Champion.

Tasker is also writing a blog for RaceCanada.ca documenting his pre-season fitness progress under the guidance of Human 2.0 to explore the question; Are Race Car Drivers Athletes?

As a proud “Laps for Muscular Dystrophy” (Laps4MD) driver Tasker has pledged to donate $1 for every lap he leads to Muscular Dystrophy Canada.

Tasker is thankful for the support of his sponsors: MBRP Performance Exhaust, Surf & Turf Instant Shelters, Human 2.0, HJC Motorsports, Commercial Press and Autoglym Canada.

To connect with Kyle Tasker visit: http://www.kyletaskermotorsports.com and on Facebook athttp://www.facebook.com/kyletaskermotorsports and on Twitter at @Kyle_Tasker

FEBRUARY 23, 2016

SOURCE & PHOTO: KYLE TASKER

Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) driver Kyle Tasker is proud to announce HJC Motorsports as his official helmet for the 2016 CTCC racing season.

In 1971, HJC specialized in manufacturing motorcycle helmets exclusively. HJC has succeeded in maintaining the status as the #1 helmet motorcycle brand in North America since 1992. With more 40 years of experience in helmet manufacturing HJC Motorsports’s goal today is to provide high quality, comfortable, and reasonably priced engineered auto racing helmets that continue their motorcycle helmet heritage.

Tasker will be wearing HJC Motorsports’ super-lite Fi-10R model that features 7 forced air entry points strategically spread around the crown of the helmet to keep the driver cool. The Fi-10R also offers a removable, washable fire retardant and moisture wicking interior. The Fi-10R is Snell SA2010 approved and is available in sizes XS-XXL, colors available are white or rubber stone. Learn more at: http://www.hjc-motorsports.com/

Starting with racing radio controlled cars, to earning 2-stroke Karting Championships Tasker’s passion and determination has always driven him towards being the best he can be. In 2016, Tasker will drive the JDS Autosports race team’s #17 Hyundai Tiburon in the – Canadian Touring Car Championship in the Touring Class. Tasker’s achievements to date include: 2014 – 2nd Overall GT4 Class Championship and 2nd Overall in the GT Sprints Championship, 2013 – 3rd Overall in GT Sprints Championship GT5 Class, 2011 – Rotax Masters Karting Champion.

Tasker is also writing a blog for RaceCanada.ca documenting his pre-season fitness progress under the guidance of Human 2.0 to explore the question; Are Race Car Drivers Athletes?

As a proud “Laps for Muscular Dystrophy” (Laps4MD) driver Tasker has pledged to donate $1 for every lap he leads to Muscular Dystrophy Canada.

Tasker is thankful for the support of his sponsors: MBRP Performance Exhaust, Surf & Turf Instant Shelters, Human 2.0, HJC Motorsports, Commercial Press and Autoglym Canada.

To connect with Kyle Tasker visit: http://www.kyletaskermotorsports.com and on Facebook athttp://www.facebook.com/kyletaskermotorsports and on Twitter at @Kyle_Tasker

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