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Interview with Jim Allen - Dunlop's US Road Race Manager

SUMMARY: ***image1:right*** Jim Allen is The Man when it comes to Dunlop's road racing program in the U.S. Dunlop's Road Race Manager, Allen has a unique understanding of road racing that comes from his years as a racer. Allen competed sucessfully in both the U.S. and his native Canada for many years, winning two Canadian road race championships, and establishing himself as a top contender in the U.S. before hanging up his leathers. He joined Dunlop in 1979 as a test coordinator, and shortly thereafter headed up Dunlop's growing involvement in American road racing. If you have a question about Dunlop's road racing tires, Allen is the one with the answers, which is why he heads up Dunlop's annual tire test at Daytona. To gain insight into the complexities of tire testing at Daytona, we went straight to the man himself.

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