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Read about the latest tyre tests carried out by our expert in-house test driver, and find out more about the results of tests conducted by official bodies and the automotive press.

Rezulteo tests the Continental WinterContact TS860

Lancio del Continental WinterContact TS860
The ContiWinterContact TS850 is the best selling tyre in Continental’s winter line up. Its replacement, the WinterContact TS860, has high ambitions such as delivering even better performance than its predecessor. Here’s our test of the newcomer.

We’ve tested the Nokian WR D4

Nokian WR D4, winter tyre
Finnish tyre specialist Nokian is launching the WR D4, the first winter tyre to achieve an A rating for wet grip on the EU tyre label. Nokian claims that this versatile tyre excels in winter conditions. But will it deliver on its promise? We went to Lapland to find out.

Sailun Atrezzo ZSR: tested by rezulteo

Sailun Atrezzo ZSR on the track
The Sailun brand is actively seeking respectability. To demonstrate the performance of the Atrezzo ZSR, the Chinese tyre manufacturer invited us to test its latest addition behind the wheels of powerful sports cars.

Yokohama ADO8R: fully tested by Rezulteo

Yokohama Advan AD08R
In the semi-slick tyre category, Yokohama has always set the benchmark. Its latest addition, the AD08R has a huge potential that we were able to appreciate in a Mitjet 2L during the endurance race held at the Magny-Cours circuit.

Yokohama W.drive V905: rezulteo’s test

Yokohama Winter test with Audi
Yokohama has just launched two new products on the market. One is a winter tyre, the W.drive V905, and the other, the iceGuard iG55, a studded Nordic tyre designed for harsh winters. Yokohama gave us the opportunity to test them on its development track in the north of Sweden, just a stone’s throw from the Arctic Circle. Introduction with the V905.

The final ranking

The 10 tyres tested on the Magny-Cours circuit
At the end of our test to compare 10 high performance tyres, performance differences were observed from one tyre to another based on the driver’s feeling and the conditions in which tests were conducted. On the Focus ST, the favourite tyre was not necessarily what we thought.

Wear: Consistent results

Wear measurement
Wear is a particularly important criterion. Beyond the purely financial aspect, it evaluates the tendency of a tyre to maintain its level of performance.

Performance on the track: Huge variations

Performance on the race circuit
Over and above the difference in figures, the tyres' performance on the track allowed us to highlight unexpected differences in terms of steering responsiveness. Measured and observed results were sometimes enlightening.

First dynamic test: Dry braking

Braking test on the Magny-Cours circuit
Braking is a key criteria when choosing a tyre whether it is a sports tyre or not. The braking performance of our ten competitors was tested from 100 to 0 km/h which gave some interesting results and a few surprises.

Rezulteo’s big tyre comparison: 10 sports tyres put to the test

Tyre comparisons on the Magny-Cours circuit
Objectively, it is not easy to evaluate a tyre’s efficiency in a segment as competitive as high performance sports tyres. The magazine Motorsport, together with Rezulteo, has conducted a thorough survey directly comparing high performance tyres which are considered as a reference on the market. Sometimes surprising, the results are very instructive.