Track and competition tires are designed for racing enthusiasts to maximize performance on racetracks, while some are also suitable for street use. These tires are not meant for winter driving. Using slick type tread designs and specialized rubber compounds, competition tires are build for ultimate acceleration and cornering, but have modest wet capability and short tread wear life.
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Pirelli P Zero Corsa System tires have been developed for the drivers of high-powered, super sports cars primarily for extreme road use, as well as track use at driver's schools and lapping days. Original Equipment for the road versions of Ferrari 360 Challenge, Lamborghini Gallardo and Porsche GT2 & GT3 cars, the P Zero Corsa System was designed to maximize a car's performance to satisfy even the most demanding driver in terms of dry handling and braking without abandoning wet traction and noise comfort. The P Zero Corsa System incorporates Pirelli's racing experience to enhance driving satisfaction at the limits. P Zero Corsa System radials meet DOT requirements, however they are not recommended for driving in wet conditions where standing water is present and there is the risk of hydroplaning; drivers should drive cautiously at reduced speeds if they encounter these conditions. And like all summer tires, P Zero Corsa System radials are not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice. It's also essential these tires be stored indoors at temperatures maintained above 32 degrees F. The P Zero Corsa System offers three different competition-type tread designs that include P Zero Corsa Direzionale tires for the front axle (designed to penetrate the water surface and help clear a path for the rear tires) and either P Zero Corsa Asimmetrico or P Zero Corsa Asimmetrico 2 tires for use on the rear axle. The P Zero Corsa Direzionale tires mold Pirelli's innovative racing tread compound into a semi-slick, V-shaped directional tread design. The tire's internal structure includes ultra-light, flexible belts reinforced by spirally wound nylon and a very stiff sidewall construction resulting in a wide footprint area to enhance dry grip while directional grooves increase hydroplaning resistance. The P Zero Corsa Asimmetrico tread design features a semi-slick, low void ratio and a large external shoulder structure with a minimum number of grooves to eliminate the blocky structure of a conventional pattern. The P Zero Corsa System Asimmetrico asymmetric and directional tread design requires separate left and right side tires for the vehicle as branded on each tire's sidewall. The tire's internal structure includes highly flexible steel belts reinforced by spirally wound nylon to enhance cornering stability and provide high-speed capability while reducing weight. The P Zero Corsa Asimmetrico 2 tread design is inspired by Pirelli's P Zero Max Performance Summer tire and features a semi-slick, low void ratio and a large external shoulder structure. The P Zero Corsa System Asimmetrico 2's asymmetric tread design allows it to be used on both left and right sides of the vehicle. The tire's internal structure includes highly flexible steel belts reinforced by spirally wound nylon to enhance cornering stability and provide high-speed capability while reducing weight. While it is recommended that P Zero Corsa Direzionale tires only be used on the front axle positions of mid- and rear-engine cars, P Zero Corsa System Asimmetrico and Asimmetrico 2 tires can also be used on all four wheel positions of track driven cars, as well as front-engine and front-wheel drive cars. The P Zero Corsa System tires are typically molded with 6/32" to 8/32" of tread depth in their grooves and can be left unshaved for use on damp tracks or shaved to approximately 4/32" of tread depth to begin competitive road racing/track use in dry conditions.