The Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 6 is the latest maximum performance summer tyre in the famous Asymmetric range. The new Asym 6 builds on the exceptional performance of the Asymmetric 5 by improving the dry performance, wet braking, wet handling, and a new lowers rolling resistance meaning this tyre is also EV ready.
This tyre replaced the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 5.
Tyre review data from 68 tyre reviews averaging 88% over 143,500 miles driven.
The Eagle F1 Asymmetric 6 is ranked 2nd of 73 Summer Max Performance tyres.
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2022-08-14 - Has anyone compared these to the supersports? Currently running f1 supersports all round on a vauxhall astra mk5 vxr, 280bhp front wheel drive, tempted to give these a try as the car is only a daily with occasional spirited back road driving, one thing that made me go for the supersports was the firm sidewall as I previously ran rainsport 3s and the handling was terrible due to the soft sidewalls so not wanting to loose the sidewall feeling of the supersports
We've not directly compared the Asym 6 to the F1 SuperSport but he educated guess is that while the asymmetric 6 will feel miles better than the RainSport 3 - a tyre notoriously soft on the sidewall, the F1 SuperSport should still have the edge in dry handling. These will be better in the wet, more comfortable etc.
2022-05-30 - Does this tyre work on an M135 xdrive (2013) with serial wheels (summer)?
If you can find the size needed then the Asymmetric 6 will be a good match for your M135.
2022-10-31 - Does the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymetric 6 tyre have a rim protector?
Rim protection can vary on tyre size, but the sizes of the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 6 we've worked with have had a small rim protector.
2023-01-07 - Has anyone else noticed a worsening of fuel economy with the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 6. I had 4 fitted (Audi Q3) and its coincided with a significant fuel economy reduction (approx. 15%)?
What tyre did you replace? A worn tyre has around 15% better rolling resistance due to lower tread depth, so if you replaced something similar, that might explain the drop.
2023-04-05 - Any idea on how thesel hold up with light track work? Heading to the Nurburgring in June and wanted to fit a set of F1 Supersports, however they have been out of stock in 245/35/18 since October, so looking for an alternative for my 2013 M135i
The Asym 6 does not take heat as well as the SuperSport, but it's still reasonable good for its category. If your driving style is VERY aggressive on track they might not be the correct tyre for you, however the 'Ring has quite a low grip surface and long straights there's a good chance they'll be ok.
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