Ultimate Car Care Tips: 2013's Best Sports Car Tires

 Ultimate Car Care Tips: 2013’s Best Sports Car Tires

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With automakers increasing the net performance in the sports car they make, it is crucial that you understand the right kind of tires to use for your car to ensure that you get the most out of the engine. Ideally, all the power generated by the engine, the braking, and the traction all go to the tarmac through the tires meaning that they are core components in the performance and safety of any sports car.

Ideally, the best thing to do is replace your worn out sports car tires with the exact model that came with it from the factory. Though this is sort of playing safe, they are the tires that will bring out the performer that your car is. Regardless of how expensive they might be, original tires that are exact replicas of what came with your car are the best tires you can ever get.

However, in case you want to improve on performance, you can purchase high performance tires. Once again, the best tires for your sports car in 2013 will depend on what you do with the car. There are tires optimized to endure the sheer torques from hard acceleration and the longitudinal stress from sudden turns. Choosing tires that suit what you do with your car is one of the best things you can do for your sports car.

For enthusiasts who often hit the 168mph plus mark, it would be wise to get at least “W speed” rated tires capable of enduring the dynamics of high speed driving. Most of the tires optimized for speed only concentrate on the grip and performance they offer either on wet roads, dry tarmac or on both without much consideration for the comfort of your ride. This is the price you have to pay for speed.

In case you are that sports car owner who does not really care how fast the car goes because you never will race in it but would rather get a more comfortable ride with reduced noise, there also are tires for you.

Choosing the best tires for your sports car in 2013 will depend on how you drive and what you value in your sports car.

Wendy Feliu
wendy@autosupershield.com