The Potenza Sport AS is the company’s first ultra-high performance all-season tire to feature Bridgestone Enliten technology.
Yokohama said the tire is targeted for use on three premium car categories — premium high-performance cars, premium high-performance SUVs and premium EVs.
The event features two open qualifiers followed by a live-streamed final, with top drivers competing for rewards from Lamborghini.
The new Pirelli P Zero Trofeo RS is already available for the cars using it as original equipment, and will be available in the future for a wide range of aftermarket tires.
The Pirelli P Zero AS Plus 3 is designed for high-performance driving, offering consistent performance throughout its lifespan.
Bridgestone has launched the new Firestone Firehawk AS V2 all-season ultra-high performance tire. Inspired by the Indycar Firestone Firehawk rain race tire, Bridgestone says the Firestone Firehawk AS V2 tire also delivers tenacious performance in inclement weather, delivering faster lap times than the tire’s predecessor. Bridgestone says performance advancements offered by the Firestone Firehawk AS
Atturo said the AZ850DR will enter production in early 2022 and reach dealers in time for spring drag racing.
The company says the new tire lineup marks the culmination of a $30 million research-and-development effort.
Tire Review’s David Sickels explains how the traditional “high-performance” segment is evolving, from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.
As OE manufacturers continue to look to differentiate their vehicles with performance packages and larger wheels, the traditional “high performance” segment is disappearing.
Falken has launched its newest tire, the Ziex ZE960 A/S, a high-performance all-season tire designed to deliver long-lasting safety and sports car-inspired performance.
TBC Brands has introduced a premium performance family of tires: the Sumitomo HTR Enhance LX2, CX2 and WX2.