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I bought these new very cheap off ebay. I was a little apprehensive as it was the end of the smmer but the cost out weighed the thought of autumn and winter driving. When the weather was warm they were fantastic. But they proved me wrong when the weather turned cold and wet. They still provided excellent grip but the breakaway point was instant. So I changed the way I drove and progressivley leaned on them for grip. I will be watching for these tyres again on ebay, as they cost too much for a tyre that is supplied new with just 4.5mm. Best tyre ever...
I bought these new very cheap off ebay. I was a little apprehensive as it was the end of the smmer but the cost out weighed the thought of autumn and winter driving. When the weather was warm they were fantastic. But they proved me wrong when the weather turned cold and wet. They still provided excellent grip but the breakaway point was instant. So I changed the way I drove and progressivley leaned on them for grip. I will be watching for these tyres again on ebay, as they cost too much for a tyre that is supplied new with just 4.5mm. Best tyre ever...
I’ve used these tyres for a road trip to Europe including a couple of days on track. On the road there are the normal compromises with track tyres - namely more road noise and a more rigid ride, but in all other respects they feel like standard tyres in normal day-to-day driving. On track (in the dry!), once warm they give a massive amount of grip given that the car they are on is quite heavy at over 1600 kgs. The tyres are also progressive on the limit with no snappy breakaway. I found a single lap of a 3.5 mile track was enough to warm the tyres enough to start leaning on them fairly aggressively in corners. Note that the weather was above 20 degrees Celsius at the time and the track was quite warm. At no point in the 25 minute on-track sessions did it feel as though the tyres were overheating and beginning to give that “greasy” feeling that you can get from normal road tyres after a while of hard track driving. I’ve only driven these tyres once in the rain and it was on a motorway journey. There wasn’t enough rain for there to be any standing water, but the tyres felt fine in these damp conditions. I’d definitely recommend these for anyone who needs trackday tyres for a reasonably heavy car. Over the course of driving 1800 miles, the tyres have lost 2.5mm (having started at 5.5mm). This distance includes 500 miles on track.

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