TOPEKA, Kan. (July 24, 2006) – SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge and Piloti have introduced the newest way for fans to show their allegiance to their favorite race series by unveiling the new, limited-edition SCCA SPEED World Challenge Piloti Spyder SV shoe.
With a black lower half, silver top and red trim draping the outside, the Spyder SV’s inside features the renowned SPEED World Challenge logo on the sock liner, the same moniker that has come to symbolize the most competitive production car racing in the world.
“The SPEED World Challenge Spyder SV is fantastic, both in terms of looks and feel,” SCCA Director of Marketing Communications Eric Prill said. “The design is very sharp, and the comfort it provides rivals that of any daily shoe. I wear mine all the time. The new World Challenge Piloti is exactly what every one of our fans needs in order to complement their SPEED World Challenge wardrobe and show his or her passion for our series.”
Piloti President Kevin Beard said that those who purchase the Spyder SV can expect to be wowed by their new footwear.
"The unique version of the Spyder SV we created for the SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge features the dynamic color combination of the Challenge's logo along with the biomechanical design that has made Piloti essential driving gear,” Beard said. “With our patented Roll ControlTM heel technology for extra control in the car and cushioned mid-sole for comfort in the stands, Piloti Driving Shoes are a perfect fit for SPEED World Challenge enthusiasts. We're proud to be the Official Footwear of the fiercely competitive SPEED World Challenge Championships."
Available now for just $75, the SCCA SPEED World Challenge Spyder SV can be purchased online by visiting www.world-challenge.com and clicking the “Gear” button. Unless otherwise specified, allow 7-10 business days for delivery. For additional sizes, you may also call SCCA and order shoes through 1-800-770-2055 x322. Shoes are also available through SCCA SPEED World Challenge merchandising at all remaining series events.
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