Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Pacific North West
Ferrari Life Posts: 2,526
I agree with Russell, it's more cases of who gives out the most money, not that a particular tire gives better handling characteristics. Why do you think Michelin PSS's are standard on 458's now, because the Pirelli's suck.
McLaren is losing a ton of performance with the P-Zero's. At a minimum the car needs PSS's or P-Zero corsa's.
Spend the money and return your car to the factory height, don't know why, but many of the "Seattle" crowd lower their Ferrari's.
2015 458 Speciale', 2014 F12, 2013 458 Rosso Scuderia (To be traded), 2012 MP4-12C, 2010 LP670 SV, 2010 Panamera Turbo, 2009 16M, 2009 Scuderia , 2008 CLK63 Cab., 2002 996 GT2, 1994 RX-7 R2