Formula 1: Bridgestone is heating up its tyres
The Japanese manufacturer is continuing to develop its Formula 1 tyres. Last December it tested four dry track tyres during young pilot testing on the Jerez circuit in Spain.
On the same topic
These tests were conducted on cars full of fuel in order to simulate the race conditions of the coming season. The 2010 tyres will have to deal with heavier cars due to the ban on refuelling. The rubber will be modified, tyres will be narrower and in general, more resistant. The next track tests will start in Valencia (Spain) in February.
Articles in the same header
- Sports tyres: our selection for 2014/2015
- Pirelli Pzero and Trofeo R: Rezulteo’s test
- Pirelli Trofeo R, the test on video
- The Le Mans 24 Hours: Michelin bring us as close as possible to the race
- Michelin sets a new record with the Seat Leon Cupra R at Nürburgring
- Pirelli: Formula 1 official tyre supplier for the next three years
- Apollo Tyres creates a spoiler for the Porsche 911 Turbo
- Michelin: supplier for the new Porsche Macan
- Michelin will develop special Le Mans tyres for the Nissan Zeod RC
- Testing the Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 - winner of the 2013 Nürburgring 24 Hours