It’s not only kicking a stack of goals in the global car market, but Kia seems to be just as successful on the race track.
Kia Motors headed down to the Daytona International Speedway last year, with absolutely no previous racing experience in the United States. That didn’t seem to matter a whole lot when the two Kia Forte Koups crossed the finish line with two top five and six top ten places. They also led two GRAND-AM races and ranked fifth in the engine manufacture standings.
This week, Kia will return to Daytona for the GRAND-AM 200 with expectations for even better results after extensive development of the Kia Koups.