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P Zero Corsa system - OK in the wet?


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Am getting near to changing my Bridgestone RE050As.

Since we're not getting the Michelin Pilot Super Sport N-rated, I'm stuck with extended warranty acceptable N-rated tyres.

The PZ Corsa system gets good 'A' ratings for wet grip, and so I was looking for experience to confirm this. I'm not worried about the higher wear, nor colder weather grip as have a set of Sottozeros for winter.

And, if not the PZCS, then what next?

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I have them on my GT3 and I would say they are a bit touch and go in the wet. Wear has been good and the cold does not bother them to terribly bad. If you have a turbo they may not be as bad. With mine being rear wheel drive only, if I touch the throttle just a little to much the rear end breaks loose. With that said, if you are looking for a good track day tire for the wet I would recommend them but for the road it's your call. If you can live with them squirming around a bit on the road I would go for it. They are worth it on the dry days.


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