High Performance Tyre

Ultra high performance tires are appropriate for summer use only and place a priority on grip above all else. They are sometimes also referred to as max performance tires or extreme performance tires. An ultra high performance tire is denoted by a max speed rating of 149 mph or more.

Tires that fall into these categories have very high levels of grip on dry tarmac. You can drive a car with ultra high performance tires in the rain, however, they are best suited to dry surfaces.

You may want ultra high-performance tires if you enjoy going to the track, doing autocross events or doing some (safe and legal) canyon driving. These tires will, of course, be more expensive than all-season or regular performance tires.

In this post, we’re going to show you some of the best ultra high performance tires on sale today. We’ll tell what’s good about them, what’s bad about them and the applications and vehicle types they are best suited to. Afterward, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions in regard to buying ultra high performance tires, hopefully leaving you with enough knowledge to confidently buy the right set for yourself.