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Tire Rack - Testing Value-Priced Max Performance Summer Tires

http://www.tirerack.com/a.jsp?a=HP5&url=/tires/tests/testDisplay.jsp&ttid=149 When looking for a value, one doesn't often find maximum performance. And when you want the absolute maximum in performance, it's rare to find a real value. There's a group of value-priced tires delivering handling that lands them solidly in our Max Performance Summer category. But how well do they combine a blend of excellent traction and reasonable pricing?


 


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Tire Rack - Testing Dunlop's Latest Max Performance Summer Tire
http://www.tirerack.com/a.jsp?a=HP5&url=/tires/tests/testDisplay.jsp&ttid=1 28 Max Performance Summer tires blend the latest technologies into a package that can maximize acceleration, braking and cornering power while remaining civilized enough for the daily commute or a night on the town. The Sport Maxx TT is the newest from Dunlop in this category. It combines a motorsports-inspired tread compound with Touch Technology for enhanced tire-to-driver communication and Kevlar-reinforced sidewalls for handling. Has it maximized Max Performance? We found out when we compared it to three popular tires.





Tire Rack - Is the Michelin Premier A/S the New Touring Tire Benchmark?
http://www.tirerack.com/a.jsp?a=HP5&url=/tires/tests/testDisplay.jsp&ttid=1 88&cid=C16517960 Michelin set their sights on being #1 in Grand Touring All-Season, and has aptly named their latest. The Premier A/S delivers long wear and a smooth ride while also emphasizing wet traction -- not just when new, but through the tire's life when wet performance typically falls off vs. a new tire. Does the Premier A/S premiere in first place in our testing?





Tire Rack - Testing Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires
http://www.tirerack.com/a.jsp?a=HP5&url=/tires/tests/testDisplay.jsp&ttid=1 65 In the do-it-all world we live in today, it's no surprise we want one tire that can do everything: have reasonable road manners for our commute, responsive handling when a back road blast beckons, and slush and light snow winter traction. We did a Real World Road Ride and Performance Track Drive to see if one tire really could do it all.





Tire Rack Tire Test - Testing the New Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus
http://www.tirerack.com/a.jsp?a=HP5&url=/tires/tests/testDisplay.jsp&ttid=1 15 Michelin showcased their leadership in design and manufacturing in the Pilot Sport A/S. Lessons learned there combined with engineering advances brings us the Pilot Sport A/S Plus. Sharing only the tread pattern and basic sidewall styling, the new tire features a completely revised internal construction and fine-tuned placement of improved tread compounds to elevate overall performance and tread wear. To find out how well it raises the bar for Ultra High Performance All-Season tires, the Tire Rack team compared it to three other popular tires in the category.





Hankook Ventus V12 Tires after 10,000 miles
This is just a short video update of the tires on my 2011 Civic Si.





Cheap tyres versus expensive tyres - What Car?
For more whatcar.com news visit: http://www.whatcar.com/car-news Cheap rubber might be easy on your wallet, but is it really worth the saving? We tested a selection of budget tyres against three premium brands to find out. What Car? is the UK's biggest car-buying brand and has been helping Britain's car buyers make purchasing decisions for over 40 years. Our tests are widely regarded as the most trusted source of new car advice. This channel brings you trusted reviews on all the new models on the market , all the latest first drives, reader reviews, and great car-buying advice. All reviews are available in full online at Whatcar.com - the UK's leading car-buying website, offering trusted reviews and data on every new car. The website also offers advice on car leasing, new car deals and used cars for sale. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/whatcar Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whatcar Visit us online: http://www.whatcar.com Magazine subscriptions: http://www.themagazineshop.com/subscriptions/what-car





Modifying the 2013 Subaru BRZ! The First Change a Driver Should Make - Wide Open Throttle Episode 39
On this episode of Wide Open Throttle, Jessi Lang heads to Indiana to experience firsthand the impact tires have on a vehicle's performance. Find out how the 2013 stock Subaru BRZ behaves on the track and see the difference a one-inch increase in tire-size makes in its overall performance. Wide Open Throttle appears every Thursday on the new Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com





Winter Tyres v Summer Tyres: the Truth! - Auto Express
Fore more videos visit: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/videos/ British motorists tend to run summer tyres on their cars all year round, regardless of the weather. However, as our exclusive comparison test shows, this can be very dangerous. We headed to Sweden to compare the performance of summer tyres with winter tyres on snow ­ and the results were quite shocking.





What is a "Pure" Summer Tire?
What is a "Pure" Summer Tire? by http://www.auto123.com





Hankook Tyre Comparison
A car wearing worn tyres which are low on air pressure will take almost two full car lengths longer to stop from 100km/h on a wet road. This video shows the results of a test just released. The leading Australian tyre and suspension engineer who conducted the tests, Graeme Gambold, says: "That's the difference between going straight through the intersection, straight into the car or truck in front of you, or hitting a pedestrian -- it's that significant," Tyremaker Hankook commissioned to conduct the braking tests as part of its tyre safety public awareness campaign called Pump it Up.





[Promotional Video] Hankook Tire Factories at Geumsan & Daejeon, Korea
[Promotional Video] Hankook Tire Factories at Geumsan & Daejeon, Korea





Hankook Tire: The Future of Tyre Design
The high performance tyre of the future will be very different to the tyres we drive on today, if the results of a recent design competition are a guide. A Hankook Tire competition in the US has challenged some of the country's brightest industrial design students to imagine the role of tyres in automotive design from new angles. The winning entry by University of Cincinnati student Ben Zavala took the brief somewhat literally, with his Tiltread car tyre rolling into corners at an angle like a motorcycle tyre. Zavala's breakthrough idea was to split the tyre into three parallel ring sections, each mounted on a corresponding split section of wheel. As the wheel turns and leans, the three tyre sections are individually raised or lowered, allowing them all to maintain traction with the road surface. Tiltread's wheels are hubless and contain an electric drive motor which varies power to each tyre section, allowing the sections to spin at different rates during cornering. University of Cincinnati associate professor Ralph Zammit said the competition demonstrated just how great an impact improvement in tyre design could have upon the overall efficiency, ecology and economy of road transportation. "Hankook proposed a very challenging assignment that provided the students with real-world insights as to how tyres are currently designed, manufactured and the performance issues they must address," said associate professor Zammit. "Students were especially encouraged to consider sustainability needs such as reducing and reusing raw materials." Second place in the competition was taken by Mark Hearn who imagined an off-road tyre called Motiv, which features numerous height-variable, non-pneumatic tread blocks that can adapt to extremely rough terrain without risk of blow-out. Third-placed Miranda Steinhauser's proposal for an eco-friendly tyre also impressed the competition judges. The Tessela tyre's easily removable tread components allow consumers to replace worn-out tread when required, rather than the whole tyre carcass, reducing tyre waste and landfill. Models of the first, second and third placed tyres were displayed on the Hankook stand at the 2012 SEMA automotive show in Las Vegas.





Hankook Ventus V2 Concept Video - Pep Boys
The Hankook Ventus V2 Concept H437 is for drivers with a passion for performance. This tire delivers all-season traction no matter the weather with its innovative Twister System 3D Wave Pattern Channel that forcibly removes water from the tread contact patch, so you always have control. The Hankook Ventus V2 Concept is available at your neighborhood Pep Boys Auto Store today and shop online at http://www.pepboys.com/tires/details/Cooper/Discoverer+HT+Plus/0287588. Follow The Boys on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pepboysauto Twitter: http://twitter.com/pepboysauto Google+: http://bit.ly/PepGooglePlus





Hankook Ventus S1 noble2 Features & Technology
The new Hankook Ventus S1 noble2 (H452) represents the ideal balance of an ultra-high performance tyre, without compromise in safety, and will be one of Hankook Tyre Australia's volume selling tyres. The S1 noble2 features a triple-radius profile that maintains maximum grip under ultra high performance all-season driving conditions, and offers lower rolling resistance for increased fuel efficiency. The tyre was also developed through the use of 3D vibration analysis technology which produces an advanced mould profile, designed to deliver uniform contact pressure on the tyre's centre and shoulder blocks for secure braking performance. Straight rib blocks are applied to the outside of the tyre to reduce road noise. Advanced 3D 'kerfs' have also been applied to the tyre to reinforce winter traction and prevent wear without hampering wet and dry handling performance. The S1 Noble2 is available in 16-inch to 20-inch sizes, from 215 to 245 cross section, with aspect ratios of 40 to 55 and a W (270km/h) speed rating. Priced from just $160 (incl. GST), this will allow entry into the Hankook Great V8 promotion, until Jan 31, 2014, for as little as $640 for the purchase of four S1 noble2 tyres. For more information on the Hankook Ventus S1 noble2, visit www.hankooktyre.com.au.





Hankook Dominates at the 2012 World Time Attack
At the 2012 World Time Attack Challenge, the world's fastest time attack cars assembled to battle it out at Sydney Motorsport Park. With no less than a first place position in every class, Hankook was the tyre choice for the all the winning teams. This is full story of some of the winning cars at the 2012 World Time Attack Challenge. Hankook Tyre Results: Pro Class - 1st NEMO Racing Evo (Aus) -- 1.25.0200 -- Hankook Ventus TD (Z221) - 2nd Tilton Interiors Evo (Aus) - 1.27.1820 - Hankook Ventus TD (Z221) - 3rd MCA Suspension Silvia (Aus) - 1.27.8080 - Hankook Ventus TD (Z221) Open Class - 1st Dominator Evo - 1.30.7260 - Hankook Ventus TD (Z221) - 3rd Hankook/Morpowa RX-7 - 1.34.0910 - Hankook Ventus TD (Z221) Clubsprint Class - 1st Scorpion AWD WRX - 1.38.8600 - Hankook Ventus R-S3 (Z222) - 2nd IS Motor Racing/Royal Purple Evo - 1.40.1610 - Hankook Ventus R-S3 (Z222) - 3rd Road Track Rally Evo - 1.40.2530 - Hankook Ventus R-S3 (Z222)





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