The supercar tyres are the end product of many hours of tyre testing from the major tyre companies. Hence, Pirelli are a fine example of this. naturally, Pirelli are well involved in the motorsport field. Thus, they are the sole suppliers of tyres to the F1 scene and have been for the past four years. Michelin tyres are also deeply involved in motorsport. Of course, both these tyre companies are involved in many motorsport events. Including, the French Le Mans 24 hour racing scene.
Therefore, it is not rocket science to see why these tyre companies are top of their game. Pirelli are developing tyres with much experience in different compounds and tread designs. Especially, for this new class of supercars. As expected, these cars can reach high speeds in race track situations and also run on regular roads.
The end result for this is the Pirelli P Zero tyres .
What Pirelli say-
A reference point for the Ultra High Performance segment, it is characterised by an asymmetric tread pattern. Ideal for all top of the range sports and high-powered cars, it can also be considered for powerful mid-range vehicles.
A milestone in the development of the Pirelli range, Pirelli P ZERO™ has been chosen as original equipment for the most performance orientated and powerful models on the market. Its asymmetric tread pattern improves braking performance and enhances handling and control. Excellent in wet conditions with improved safety in potential aquaplaning situations.
Its new nano-composite compound ensures maximum grip and stability. The structural integrity of the tyre improves steering response, which is essential in sports driving, and also ensures uniform tread wear.
The special “S-shaped” grooves in the tread area deliver lower cabin noise levels, enhancing driver comfort.
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