1st: Pirelli P Zero
Total: 230 / Dry: 139 / Wet: 91
Overall: Sensitive steering, but also very agile and very neutral on the limit -- this is the Pirelli P Zero on both wet and dry surfaces. Couple that with extremely strong braking, the P Zero wins the test.
The only negative of the P Zero is a slightly wear aquaplaning and wear result.
2nd: Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2
Total: 223 / Dry: 126 / Wet: 97
Overall: In wet conditions, the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 a force to be reckoned with, scoring full points in almost all of the tests. In the dry, it's not quite the quickest tyre, however it has an excellent neutral balance on the limit.
3rd: Hankook Ventus S1 evo2
Total: 222 / Dry: 137 / Wet: 85
Overall: Even after 15 consecutive fast laps the S1 Evo2 maintains a good turn in and doesn't overheat making the Hankook one of the best in dry conditions.
In the wet, the performance drops a bit due to a strong tendency to understeer, which ultimately becomes apparent in the lap time.
4th: Michelin Pilot Super Sport
Total: 220 / Dry: 143 / Wet: 77
Overall: In the dry, the Michelin Pilot Super Sport is the benchmark, characterised by a quick, very precise turn in and excellent lateral grip.
Unsurprisingly for a dry optimised tyre, the Super Sport only manages an average wet performance with a particular weakness in the aquaplaning tests.
5th: Dunlop SP Sport Maxx GT
Total: 218 / Dry: 133 / Wet: 85
Overall: As far as the safety-relevant test such as braking or aquaplaning so, the Dunlop Sport Maxx GT the best in the field.
Not the fastest tyre in the dry but the Dunlop has a good balance, in the wet there is understeer.
6th: Toyo Proxes T1 Sport
Total: 218 / Dry: 126 / Wet: 92
Overall: The Toyo T1 Sport scores extremely highly in the wet, with a good level of grip and traction and a strong resistance to aquaplaning.
In the dry the Toyo lacks some of the bite to make it to the front of the group, especially in the braking test.
7th: Continental ContiSportContact 5 P
Total: 216 / Dry: 128 / Wet: 88
Overall: The Continental Sport Contact 5P follows the usual Continental methodology -- braking comes first. This leaves the Sport Contact 5P excellent in both the wet and the dry braking tests and has an extremely strong aquaplaning result.
On the track there is a slight delay to the Continentals steering, and moderate understeer as you push on.
8th: Bridgestone Potenza S001
Total: 209 / Dry: 126 / Wet: 83
Overall: The Bridgestone Potenza S 001 does not show any glaring weaknesses, but no outstanding strengths. Only in the aquaplaning tests does the Bridgestone put on a strong performance, otherwise it sits in the midfield.
Its steering is precise enough, with a tendency to understeer. When wet, the Potenza gives little feedback, and the traction is poor.
9th: Nokian Z G2
Total: 204 / Dry: 113 / Wet: 91
Overall: Good aquaplaning characteristics, a neutral handling and a high level of grip in wet conditions characterise the Nokian Z G2.
In the dry there's a slight lack of steering precision and grip which shows in the lap time, but over 15 consecutive fast laps the times remain fairly constant.