Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric tire

Don't lose grip when it starts to drip

Forget about ruining that wax-job… driving your luxury/sport whip in the rain ain’t much fun if you gotta worry about staying on the road. And just like you wouldn’t set off your best outfit with less than the best kicks, you can’t be wrapping your rims in just any rubber- unless you’re looking to get burned. For those of y’all that understand and appreciate that, Goodyear’s got the tire for you.

The Eagle F1 Asymmetric represents the latest blend of performance and safety to hit the streets. The F1’s tread pattern features an outer tread zone for enhanced grip and a water-channeling inner tread zone to aid wet traction. A continuous center rib helps provide enhanced high-speed stability. In other words, come rain or shine, your ride will grip the pavement- even if you tend to push the pedal a little too hard.

Stateside, the Eagle F1 Asymmetric will be offered in 22 sizes, in 17, 18, 19 and 20 inch wheel diameters- perfect for cars such as the BMW 550, Porsche 911 Carrera and Mercedes CLK55 AMG. Go ahead- drive the thing!

More information can be found at Goodyear.com


One Response to “Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric tire”

  1. Sonny Jones

    I bought a set for my Lexus. After approximately 12K miles, with proper balancing and alignment, my car sounds like a helicopter landing when I slow down. And at normal speeds, there is a constant humming sound from the tires. The good people at the nationally known tire store where I purchased the F1s claim I should have known this would happen, based upon the hardness of the tires. I think they’re full of it, but what’s done is done. I won’t purchase another set.

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