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Celebrating Soccer

This season, we're telling the stories of the players. The fans. The people who make this sport more than a game - but a way of life. Take a look.

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Continental Tire Teams with Rutledge Wood

Fort Mill, SC; October 24, 2018 – Continental Tire is pleased to announce a new partnership with Rutledge Wood. The automotive enthusiast and all-around gearhead teamed up with Continental Tire earlier this year, beginning with the Hot Rot Power Tour over the summer.

A long-time fan of the Continental brand, Wood’s personal vehicles are all fitted with Continental tires – including his popular purple “Fundra” which carries the TerrainContactTM A/T tire.

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Continental Tire to Present ExtremeSpirit Awards at IMSA Banquets

Fort Mill, SC; October 9, 2018 – Continental Tire will present its ExtremeSpirit Awards at the 2018 Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge and WeatherTech SportsCar Championship banquets this weekend in Atlanta. The award will be presented to one winner in each of the five classes that utilizes Continental Tire as the spec tire: Prototype (P), GT Daytona (GTD), Grand Sport (GS), Touring Car (TCR) and Street Tuner (ST).

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Meyer Shank Racing Celebrates IMSA Race Fans with Continental Tire Livery

Story courtesy of Meyer Shank Racing

Braselton, Ga. (4 October 2018) – Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) has a long-established history of using specialized liveries on its various machines throughout the race season, and this year has been no different.

MSR will close out the 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season with a full Continental Tire “Celebrates You” livery on the No. 86 MSR Acura NSX GT3.

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Why The Horse? Continental Tire Logo Dates Back to 1875

Whooooaaaaa! Why is a horse used in the Continental Tire logo?!

To answer that question, we dug into the Continental Tire history archives and while there are no records that definitively prove why the horse is utilized in the logo, it has remained an iconic symbol of the Continental brand dating back to 1875.

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