Hi All, my first post on here.
I have had a 458 coupe now for nearly a full year and close to 10,000 klm i have driven her.
Its time for new tyres as the current ones are getting close to their life end.
She is used on on road and has the factory standard michelin, but i have always been a pirelli buyer in the past, any experiences out there?
Paul- Welcome to Ferrari Life. In general the new Michelin Pilot Super Sports are the best tires available for high performance cars and were standard on the 599 GTO. The new Pirelli P Zeros are just a step below them in performance and wear. Given my choice, I would go with the PSS tires unless you can get the P Zeros for considerably less money. Incidentally, I am running the old P Zero Rossos on my car, but intend to change to the PSS tires at the next tire change.
Paul- Vey nice and quite a fleet. The color is not really suitable for here in New Mexico unless you want to fry eggs on the paint, but very attractive.
Must admit here in the south of France on a hot day it also get a little too hot.
I promised myself a different colour for the FF and wanted a TDF cream car, but went for black again, but with a great quilted red and black interior and full carbon kit, pictures on collection in two weeks.
The wife's california is also black on black. but in the shop right now as she had her keys stolen when she was mugged in sunny Cannes!
458 coupe normale, California T, Speciale A, 458 GT3, FF Maserati Ghibli diesel!
on way in 2015: La F, and 488, 2016 488 spider