Your selection: FERRARI F430 2006
Design to deliver superior handling and high speed stability for performance vehicles
Designed for the world's greatest sports cars.
The tyre's revolutionary technology delivers increased road contact under braking conditions, providing shorter braking distances and superior grip performance on both wet and dry road surfaces.
Pirelli P Zero Rosso Direzionale is the front axle option for the Rosso application offering optimum balance between performance and comfort. An Ultra High Performance tyre, combining performance and comfort.
The Maxx GT delivers precise steering and enhanced stability, both at high speeds and around corners.
Chosen by premium sports car makers such as Ferrari, Aston Martin and Lexus, the Potenza S001 is the ultimate high performance tyre. With new optimum block rigidity offering improved traction and braking performance, it combines high-speed capabilities with a more comfortable ride in all conditions.
Pirelli P Zero? is performance developed through evolution and the reference point for the ultra high performance segment. Ideal for all top of the range sports and high-powered cars, it can also be considered for powerful mid-range vehicles.
The Potenza RE050A is an ultra high performance tyre that uses technology developed through Bridgestone's long involvement with Formula One. Chosen by Ferrari and Porsche, it offers dynamic sporty handling with excellent control, stability and steering response.
Inheriting the technology used in the Potenza RE050, the tyre chosen for high performance cars the world over, takes the driving experience to a new level of wet and dry performance. Reducing the Potenza RE050`s four main grooves down to three enables a larger block on the tyre`s outside edge. This, combined with the new "Multi-Performance Block" and "60° Slant Lug", enables improved handling and braking performance in both wet and dry conditions.
Pirelli's run flat tyres are engineered to run a low or no pressure to enable the driver to reach a place of safety, or even complete the journey. In the case of a punctured tyre, tyres are designed to run distances of up to 80km at a maximum speed of 80km/h.