Тесты шин Тест летних шин 2012 — EVO — 225/45 R17


1st: Pirelli P Zero
Total: 760.3 / Dry: 199.7 / Wet: 292.6 / Subjective: 100 / Rolling Resistance: 72.5 / Overall: 95.5
Dry: Half a second off the fastest tyre in the dry, the Pirelli won the subjective test thanks to its "outstanding steering feel, connected and responsive and with a light, accurate touch"
Wet: Fastest wet laptime, highest lateral G and joint 3rd in the subjective test due to gritty feedback meant the Pirelli P Zero was one of the wet weather specialists. 4th in wet braking and a strong aquaplaning result too backed up the lap time
Subjective: On the road the Pirelli demonstrated bright connected steering with smooth running over imperfections. Not the quietest, but not the noisiest either
Overall: Overall the P Zero demonstrated a consistently strong showing in all the tests, other than rolling resistance where it finished last

2nd: Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2
Total: 764 / Dry: 192.9 / Wet: 294.3 / Subjective: 82.2 / Rolling Resistance: 100 / Overall: 94.6
Dry: 5th fastest in the dry, but just a second behind the Vredestein and second strongest in dry braking, the Goodyear scores 3rd in the subjective scores with gritty feedback. "Effective, not inspiring"
Wet: Just half a second behind the Pirelli in the wet, but topping the subjective test, the F1 A2 proves again it's one of the best tyres in the wet. It hooks up well out of the corners, it's strong on the brakes and unmatched in the left right section of track. Best again in wet braking, the Goodyear is oddly weak in the aquaplaning tests, potentially missing out on 1st place as a result
Overall: The best rolling resistance, combined with plenty of table topping wet performances the Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 retains its crown as a strong wet weather tyre, with the lowest rolling resistance. Effective in the dry, but subjectively it lacked a bit of sparkle, the oddest and most disappointing part of the test was the weak aquaplaning results where it is usually strong

3rd: Michelin Pilot Sport 3 PS3
Total: 753 / Dry: 191.5 / Wet: 288.6 / Subjective: 95.6 / Rolling Resistance: 83.2 / Overall: 94.1
Dry: While the Michelin finished 8th in the dry handling, this was less than 1.5 seconds behind the fastest tyre. Subjectively it was mid pack, feeling balanced and willing, but pushing wide on the corner exit
Wet: Third place in both the wet handling and wet braking, the Michelin backed this up by topping both aquaplaning tests, yet oddly could only manage 9th in wet braking. Subjectively the Michelin was very strong, almost matching the Goodyear for feedback and feel
Overall: Another tyre strong which is strong in the wet, only slightly disappointing with an average dry performance

4th: Continental Sport Contact 5
Total: 740.8 / Dry: 193.2 / Wet: 281.4 / Subjective: 93.3 / Rolling Resistance: 79.1 / Overall: 93.8
Dry: Fourth fastest in the dry, the Conti matched the Goodyear for subjective feel
Wet: Fourth overall in the wet, the Conti seemed to lose the time in corner exit, where it span up a little more than the Goodyear. 3rd and 2nd in the aquaplaning tests and 3rd in wet braking means the SportContact 5 is another strong wet weather tyre
Overall: Overall the Sport Contact 5 is a tyre that seems to get better the faster you go. Strong in both the dry and wet, it was only slightly let down by subjective feel and a mid pack rolling resistance

5th: Bridgestone Potenza S001
Total: 717.5 / Dry: 194 / Wet: 276.9 / Subjective: 86.7 / Rolling Resistance: 68 / Overall: 91.9
Dry: A second behind the Pirelli in the dry, the Bridgestone was second in the subjective scores thanks to its stable and neutral behaviour on the track
Wet: Seventh fastest in the wet, the Bridgestone felt like it had a lot more to deliver with a strong neutral balance, but never quite had the raw grip to deliver. Mid to bottom pack in wet braking and aquaplaning left the S001 lacking overall
Overall: Mid pack in most of the wet tests, the Bridgestone showed to be a stronger performance in the dry, with an excellent subjective feel on track

6th: Dunlop SportMaxx RT
Total: 733.9 / Dry: 184.9 / Wet: 282.9 / Subjective: 84.4 / Rolling Resistance: 90.1 / Overall: 91.6
Dry: The strongest dry braking and third fastest dry laptime, the Dunlop was let down by poor subjective feel. While the steering felt direct, it didn't translate into useful agility and when pushed harder, it became less responsive
Wet: The second highest lateral G in the wet, but only the sixth fastest time, the Dunlop again scored poorly with the subjective feel of the tyre. Second in wet braking and strong aquaplaning results
Overall: A strong raw performance in both the wet and dry gri[, the Sport Maxx RT was held back by its subjective feel while track driving

7th: Hankook Ventus S1 evo2
Total: 718.4 / Dry: 191.5 / Wet: 272.4 / Subjective: 84.4 / Rolling Resistance: 79.2 / Overall: 90.9
Dry: The Hankook scored well subjectively, feeling light and connected, giving the car a sense of flow, it finished just 1.5 seconds behind the fastest (albeit, still in seventh)
Wet: Ninth in the wet lap, eighth highest lateral G, last in the wet braking and joint seventh in the subjective test, the Hankook reflected its pricing with a weak wet performance. The Hankook regained some composure with fifth in both the aquaplaning tests
Overall: Not the fastest tyre on test, with last place in wet braking as a test low, the Hankook S1 Evo2 never felt particularly bad, scoring well subjectively in many places

8th: Vredestein Ultrac Vorti
Total: 703.8 / Dry: 184.1 / Wet: 275.6 / Subjective: 77.8 / Rolling Resistance: 76.7 / Overall: 89.6
Dry: Fastest dry laptime, narrowly beating the Pirelli, but scored poorly in the subjective tests, often feeling scrubby
Wet: Over 2 seconds behind the Pirelli, the Vredestein struggled with lateral G in the wet handling. Subjectively a little better, the tyre could only manage seventh in the wet braking test and scored poorly in the aquaplaning tests too
Overall: The Vredestein Ultrac Vorti seems to have traded a strong dry performance with a weak wet performance, and a good steering response on the roads over ride comfort

9th: Kumho Ecsta KU39
Total: 692.9 / Dry: 169.2 / Wet: 275.9 / Subjective: 82.2 / Rolling Resistance: 77.4 / Overall: 88.2
Dry: Last in dry braking, second to last slowest lap time and worst subjective feel due to light steering and lack of grip, the Kumho Le Sport had a weak showing in the dry
Wet: Fifth in both the timed lap, and lateral G, the Kumho has its strongest showing in the wet lap, with a slightly lose subjective feel helping the ultimate time. In the wet braking and aquaplaning tests the Kumho could only average eigth
Overall: Much closer to the tyres above rather than the Nexen below, the Kumho had a relatively strong wet performance. Slow in the dry, and a dull light steering feel give the Kumho a poor subjective score overall

10th: Nexen N8000
Total: 641.5 / Dry: 173.2 / Wet: 235.8 / Subjective: 75.6 / Rolling Resistance: 77 / Overall: 79.9
Dry: Slowest in the dry, but rated subjectively ahead of the Kumho, the N8000 needed extra steering lock and made a lot of noise while delivering its time
Wet: The Nexen felt out of its league in the wet, scoring bottom in time, lateral G and subjective feel. Over 5.1 seconds behind the Pirelli over a 70 second lap
Overall: While the Nexen N8000 might be the least expensive tyre on test, it proves that you get what you pay for by being slowest by a fair margin in the wet, and subjectively one of the worst tyres on test

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SP сказал...
more than year ago
Вот это класс, даже не удосужились перевести, не говоря уже о том, что потеряли половину теста. Надеюсь, автор поста сгорел со стыда.