Tires are very important for every motorbike. For all the car enthusiasts out there, getting the performance of their car to the top-level remains a never-ending quest. So, if you are thinking of getting a new car or are working on your old woman to up the performance, you may want to think about the importance of good tires. Tires are responsible for your mileage. Mileage handles your engine’s health. This makes a huge impact when your car falls under the sports car category. The faster your car goes, the quicker it will burn the tires. You need tyres to be strong and tough. Let us take a look at the many tires available and how they impact your car’s performance.
Michelin’s Pilot Super Sport – Best Tyres Pick
High performance guaranteed. As long as you don’t mind the hole it’ll burn in your pocket, but as they say, all good things come at a cost. You have to look no further if performance optimization is what’s on your mind. The undisputed leader amongst ultra-high-performance tires, Michelin has been in this sweet spot for a long time now. These work seamlessly in both dry and wet conditions and have a high level of grip, delivering exceptional balance. And if you are having second thoughts on these, remember Michelin’s Pilot Super Sport is not only a hit amongst the enthusiasts but also with the manufacturers. BMW has placed all their trust with them.
Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Position- Best Tyres #2
Moving a notch down, we bring to your Bridgestone’s Potenza S-04 Position tires. They a tad bit heavier than Michelins PSS but are a spot-on match on performance and grip. They too, work beautifully on both wet and dry tarmacs. Cooler temperatures don’t work well with most ultra-high-performance tires and the Bridgestone is no exception to this. The grip gets affected. We thus suggest using these only during the summer months for best performance.
Michelin Pilot Sport Cup Two- Best For Your Sports Car
Porsche 911GT2 RS, the Nurburgring lap record-holder comes out its factory with Michelin’s Pilot Sport Cup Two as the manufacturer’s choice of tires. And that says a lot about them. Porsche is synonymous with performance, so whatever they are putting their faith in, we are putting ours too. Michelin has yet again delivered crazy levels of high performance with these tires. However, temperature plays a spoilsport, with cooler temperatures seeing a drop in grip and performance. Comfort and durability are all ticked in green if you opt for these.
Yokohama Advan AD08R
Yokohama has placed some aggressive treads on this high performance, causing them to make a lot of noise while speeding on the road. However, these same treads make up for a hell of a grip, leaving you feeling as safe as safe can be. While they are a go-to choice for turning a lap after another, the fact that lack the balance of a Michelin makes them unsuitable for road use.