Compare Pirelli P ZERO Corsa tyre prices

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Pirelli P ZERO Corsa
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Perfect tyre for powerful supercars and racing enthusiasts -Racing rubber compound -Derived from the experience of Pirelli in the racing world -Extreme grip for top level traction and precise handling. -Advanced material package for weight, rigidity and safety: The PZero Corsa System concept : - PZero Corsa Asimmetrico all round, or - PZero Corsa Direzionale front, PZero Corsa Asimmetrico rear PZero Corsa System is a extreme road use tire developed for powerful supercars and enthusiasts who often take their car on the race track, allowing them to maximise their cars performance. The features in tread pattern design, compound and structure, allows PZero Corsa System to satisfy even the most demanding customers in terms of dry handling and braking without compromising on wet handling, noise performance and maximised contact patch with the road surface. An innovative racing tread compound, ensures maximum grip while the use of ultra-light and flexible belts implies a very wide footprint area. Original Equipment for the road legal racing cars of the most prestigious car producers (Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, BMW to name only a few) Tread pattern Asimmetrico: Asymmetrical design with the absence of continuous grooves which eliminates the blocky structure of a conventional pattern, a high land/sea ratio and the large external shoulder structure with a minimum number of grooves. Direzionale: The directional design provides better wet handling characteristics, while the absence of continuous grooves eliminates the blocky structure of a conventional pattern.

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P ZERO Corsa Reviews

These came stock on my Giulia QF, they are amazing in the dry as you'd expect. They are a very sticky tyre. I can't really say what they are like in the wet as it's been dry for months in the UK. But when I picked the car up in January there was torrential rain and some light snow on the roads and they were absolutely fine. The biggest problem with the Corsa's are the amount of stones they collect when warm and sticky. Pulling into services or a carpark which might have loose gravel is a total nightmare. Or overtaking A roads where loose stones are standing in the middle, when you pull away the noise from the stones leaving the tyres is like your driving on a new resurfaced stonechip road. I am sure this is the reason why my rear outer edge rear bumpers are all peppered to death after 10k miles. And for this reason alone I would never put these on the car again.
These came stock on my Giulia QF, they are amazing in the dry as you'd expect. They are a very sticky tyre. I can't really say what they are like in the wet as it's been dry for months in the UK. But when I picked the car up in January there was torrential rain and some light snow on the roads and they were absolutely fine. The biggest problem with the Corsa's are the amount of stones they collect when warm and sticky. Pulling into services or a carpark which might have loose gravel is a total nightmare. Or overtaking A roads where loose stones are standing in the middle, when you pull away the noise from the stones leaving the tyres is like your driving on a new resurfaced stonechip road. I am sure this is the reason why my rear outer edge rear bumpers are all peppered to death after 10k miles. And for this reason alone I would never put these on the car again.