Aggressive tread pattern digs deep into most hard race surfaces with ease. Produces minimal amount of burnout during launch and acceleration. Excellent grip and handling at high speeds for better acceleration and braking.
Cornering performance is not as good as straight acceleration.
Aggressive tread pattern offers true all-around performance. Decent on street and track surfaces. Street performance includes better cornering and handling abilities than race-specific options.
Will not provide the ultimate amount of speed on track surfaces.
Bare minimum tread pattern is just a step above true slick racing tires. Overall rolling resistance is less than most budget racing tires. Extra wide profile provides additional grip for improved acceleration and braking.
Heavy construction is not the best choice for ultimate speed and performance.
Diagonal tread pattern provides a good balance of straight away speed performance and all-around handling for daily driving. Decent grip in challenging terrain and weather conditions. Last longer than expected.
Sidewalls tend to burn away in heavy cornering after a while.
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Racing tires are designed to handle high speeds. They offer outstanding grip in comparison to many traditional tires. Racing tires may include an extra-wide profile for additional grip, leading to enhanced acceleration and braking during races. Some tires result in little to no burnout during launch and at high acceleration. Racing tires often provide a good grip on street and track surfaces, and some varieties perform well on rugged terrain. Some may offer a consistent grip on both wet and dry roads, too. Tires for racing are sold in multiple sizes and tread patterns. They are also available for a wide range of cars.
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