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Vredestein Sprint Classic is a premium summer tyre intended for daily driving. The model guarantees a comfortable drive and very good traction properties. The tyre is equipped with a symmetric tread that performs very well on both dry and wet surfaces. The optimised grooves quickly drain water and care for efficient drying of the tread. As a result, the risk of aquaplaning is reduced and the grip and driving stability remain high no matter the weather.

The model has been produced using a modern compound with the addition of silica which is responsible for maintaining the optimum flexibility in a wide range of temperatures. Three ribs located in the tread's central zone are built of a sequence of robust blocks, so the tyre ensures excellent steering not only on high-quality roads but also on extremely challenging surfaces. Such a design has a favourable effect on the optimum distribution of pressures acting against the tyre. As a result, the tread wears slowly and evenly which allows you to enjoy the Vredestein Sprint Classic at full performance throughout its life. The zigzag circumferential channels located between the ribs ensure stable and safe traction. The model is resistant to mechanical damage thanks to its rounded shoulder edges overlapped by the dense tread pattern. Vredestein Sprint Classic is the perfect solution for all drivers who expect their summer tyres to show a balanced performance on any type of surface, to be reliable and to ensure stable driving.

Vredestein is a Dutch brand that has been producing tyres since 1946. The company specialises in the manufacture of high specification premium tyres, top quality execution and superb driving pleasure. Their product range includes tyres for passenger cars, light trucks, 4x4 vehicles, vintage cars, lorries, agricultural machines and bicycles. Vredestein has been part of Apollo Tyres Ltd since 2009.

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Sprint Classic Reviews

I bought a set of Vredestein Sprint Classic tyres for my MK2 Jaguar. I've driven these cars over high mileages for the last 30 years during which time I have also worked as a professional restorer and component manufacturer so I consider that I know these cars very well. Before fitting the tyres I completely overhauled the steering and suspension with all wearing parts (including the stub axles) replaced. I spent 6 hours setting the camber, caster and steering geometry correctly. As a result the car handles and holds the road astonishingly well on these tyres. The steering (non power assisted) is light and progressive and the car will leave most modern traffic on sweeping A roads without any drama. The tyre wear is completely even and the car is a complete joy to drive. These are mid priced tyres but I honestly can't see the point of spending any more money than this for fast road use. In my experience, if your MK2 doesn't drive superbly on these with light, pleasant steering then it's the car which is at fault, not the tyres.
Have a set of these on my 1974 TR6. She has 5.5J wire wheels, and the tyres are just great. Why pay more.
I bought a set of Vredestein Sprint Classic tyres for my MK2 Jaguar. I've driven these cars over high mileages for the last 30 years during which time I have also worked as a professional restorer and component manufacturer so I consider that I know these cars very well. Before fitting the tyres I completely overhauled the steering and suspension with all wearing parts (including the stub axles) replaced. I spent 6 hours setting the camber, caster and steering geometry correctly. As a result the car handles and holds the road astonishingly well on these tyres. The steering (non power assisted) is light and progressive and the car will leave most modern traffic on sweeping A roads without any drama. The tyre wear is completely even and the car is a complete joy to drive. These are mid priced tyres but I honestly can't see the point of spending any more money than this for fast road use. In my experience, if your MK2 doesn't drive superbly on these with light, pleasant steering then it's the car which is at fault, not the tyres.