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Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport heading to Australia, claims faster lap time than Michelin equivalent
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15th Apr 2019
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Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport heading to Australia, claims faster lap time than Michelin equivalent

American tyre company Goodyear is set to launch its new range of ultra and ultra-ultra high performance tyres in Australia from May to better compete with the likes of Michelin and Pirelli in the upper end of the tyre segment. The manufacturer will release a new range of three tyres that will give a more comprehensive sports and Motorsport tyre coverage. The range includes the Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport, Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport R and the Goodyear SuperSport RS.
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Alborz Fallah
Michelin developing ultra high-speed tyres, alternative materials
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1st Aug 2018
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Michelin developing ultra high-speed tyres, alternative materials

French tyre maker Michelin is currently developing a tyre capable of cracking a mind-blowing 482km/h (300mph), which would allow street-legal hyper-cars like the Bugatti Chiron and Koenigsegg Agera RS to exceed higher straight-line speeds than what they have officially recorded to date (431km/h and 447.2km/h respectively).
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Anthony Crawford
2016 Performance Tyre Test
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18th Aug 2016
5 min read

2016 Performance Tyre Test

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Alborz Fallah
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18th Aug 2016
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2016 Performance Tyre Test

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Hankook i-Flex: airless tyre concept unveiled
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10th Sep 2013
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Hankook i-Flex: airless tyre concept unveiled

Hankook Tyres has revealed its new i-Flex airless wheel-and-tyre concept at the 2013 Frankfurt motor show. The Hankook i-Flex design concept is an all-in-one wheel-and-tyre unit designed to increase vehicle efficiency by improving a car’s energy conversion, while also being more ecologically sustainable than conventional wheels and tyres.
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