Hero Tires is considered to be the best and top performing China-made tire, destined to leave a name and mark in Chinese history, a hero of its own. This is what we are and what we intend to continue to be – as a company, a team, we will continuously strive to be a leader, a model and an ideal in the tire industry.
In 1997, Federal Corporation acquired 100% ownership of JiangXi Rubber Plant and changed its name to JiangXi Federal Tire (JFT). Under Federal's leadership and management, JFT entered into commercial tire production. Beginning in 1999, it began mass production of Hero brand tires, launched 60 to 80 series radials, followed by 50/55 series and 40/45 series and also began mass production of Federal brand tires. Today, Hero has consolidated its tires into 5 major families to fully serve our customers worldwide.
Milanza – Ultra High Performance
Atlanta – Passenger Line
Dynastorm – Recreational Vehicle
Vanteza – Light Van
NEW Premium Performance
Federal Tyres' latest passenger tyre provides everything you have come to expect from today's premium on-road tyres - excellent all-weather performance and handling, a smooth and comfortable ride, low road noise and reliability.
MTA Queensland Race Car Unveiling - 2017
On 5 May 2017, the MTAQ Racing Team was launched ahead of the 2017 Queensland State Championship - Hyundai Series X3 Cup. NETA Tyres is a proud sponsor of this activity.
Federal Tyres Series X3 Challenge team - 2017
It was fortunate the Mount Cotton Hill Climb track was spared any storm damage allowing the 2017 CAMS Challenge event to proceed. Two Hyundai teams were represented, Federal Tyres Series X3 Challenge team and the QRDA Hyundai team. Series X3 QLD team Drivers Cam Bartholomew, Richard Chaseling and Brock Giblin took a couple of runs to get familiar with the track while regulars Brad Smith and Gary Goulding set to putting down some good times on the board. QRDA’s current QLD Hill climb Circuit Excel class champion Mark Pryor set a time of 52:30 straight off the trailer and a fastest time of day a 51:78 with Chris Donnelly also showing he meant business finishing the day with a best time of 52:00. Current (QSC Chair) David Paterson was the third driver for the QRDA team driving the 43 car, the Donnelly bumble bee, we all must thank him for putting his hand up for the commentary duties on Sunday and for his humble words promoting our class over the course of the day.
The Federal Tyres Series X3 Challenge team fort hard all day running second outright till the last round, finishing the day in third place outright. Congratulations to the Series X3 QLD team members who consistently bettered their times as they all came to grips with the track layout, and its challenging demands on the driver. Times below show how competitive the day finished. Cam Bartholomew 52:13 Brad Smith 52:61 Brock Giblin 52:70 Richard Chaseling 52:80 Gary Goulding 52:96
The intention of Series X3 QLD to enter this event was to promote the class. It was great to see all the Hyundai drivers talking amongst themselves sharing ideas on how to get the most out of their runs and they should all be proud of the performance and driving skills they displayed on Sunday. I am sure a lot of people watching walked away very impressed and will spread the word praising the Circuit Excel Class.