Moto2 Dunlop GP Racer D211
Moto2 Tires Dunlop will provide all Moto2 riders with a choice of two different "A" and specification "B" tires front and rear, preselected by the company's expert tire engineers for each circuit. Dunlop engineers have years of experience and reams of data from all the established circuits on which to base the choice. Some circuits will require 'dual' tires, with different compounds on the left and right shoulders and, in some special cases (like Australia's Phillip Island) also possibly asymmetric construction. It is up to Dunlop to select the tire specifications for each race: a maximum of 16 slick tires may be used per race weekend. All tires will be barcoded and allocated on the day before practice starts to each rider by the Technical Director. Front slick tires: Four of specification 'A' and three of specification 'B' - seven in total. Rear slick tires: Five of specification 'B' and four of specification 'B' - nine in total. Three sets of wet tires in one specification will be allocated: if every practice and the race are declared wet by Race Direction a further set of wet tires will be authorized. As in MotoGP, no "intermediate" tires will be supplied. http://www.ultimatemotorcycling.com/
Dunlop D211GP Motorcycle Tire Review
MotorcycleUSA.com recently tested the newest Dunlop sportbike motorcycle tire, the D211GP. Watch the video and then read the full review at www.motorcycle-usa.com
Dunlop Motorcycle: Sportmax Q3 Press Launch
http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/tire-catalog/sport-trackday-race/sport/spor tmax-q3/ Dunlop launch the new Sportmax Q3 tire to the media on May 22-23, 2013 at their Dunlop Proving Grounds in Huntsville, Alabama. Check out what Sport Rider Magazine, Roadracing World Magazine, Cycle News Magazine, Motorcycle.com, SuperbikePlanet.com, MotorcycleUSA.com, Cycle World Magazine, and Ultimate Motorcycling Magazine thought after riding on the Sportmax Q3. Performed on a closed course by professionals. Obey all traffic and safety laws. Dunlop does not endorse or encourage exceeding legal speed limits.