Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar

The Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar is a Max Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

This tyre has been replaced by the Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperCar 3.

Tyre Reviews

Dry Grip 70%
Wet Grip 40%
Road Feedback 80%
Handling 70%
Wear 70%
Comfort 60%
Buy again 50%

Tyre review data from 1 tyre reviews averaging 63% over 13,000 miles driven.

The Eagle F1 Supercar is unranked of 64 Summer Max Performance tyres.

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Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
285/35 R19 90Y XL         15.01kgs
245/45 R20 99Y   F B 70 13.04kgs
255/45 R20 101Y         13.78kgs
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Eagle F1 Supercar Prices

Size Price Range  
285/35 R19 £313.00 - £313.00 (1 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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Latest Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar Reviews

Given 63% while driving a Chevrolet Corvette C6 (285/35 R19 W) on a combination of roads for 13,000 spirited miles
On a Corvette C6, so tyre size shown is for the rears; also had 245/40R18 88Y on the front. They're the OEM tyres, and I've just come to the end of my second set at 26K miles (so each set lasts about 13K miles). Dry grip is pretty good, but I've marked it down because dry traction is poor as the tyres get worn - even 2nd gear launches (auto!) will light up the rears. In the wet, the grip and traction is poor...especially so in cool weather. I have driven in the snow on them, and it's not as bad as you'd think...although a lot of that is down to having and LSD and an autobox that will let you creep off in 3rd gear. They're fairly progressive, and the wear is reasonable for a high-performance tyre. They're not too noisy, but the ride is harsh - I'm sure that's largely down to them being run-flats, but the second set seems worse than the first. I'd only buy them again if there was no option (and actually in Europe there aren't many options!). Based on reviews here, I'm about to fit a set of Pirelli PZero runflats so watch this space!
7 - tyre reviewed on October 28, 2011