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What do you think about PZero Corsa for C4 99'?

Of course to use in summer time.

How much km they would reach with medium-hard drive style?

How much km could be run at a circuit with 25ºC outside temperature?

I know there are many factors involved, but any information would be gratefull.

Thanks in advance.

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Carnewal.com and TireRack.com both have these street legal competition grade tires for sale. TireRack also has a few reviews.

Here is a brief features description:

The P Zero Corsa is Pirelli's DOT-legal Competition tire primarily developed for use on high performance cars at drivers' schools and lapping days conducted on race tracks. The P Zero Corsa incorporates Pirelli's racing experience to enhance driving satisfaction at the limits of performance.

On the outside, The P Zero Corsa uses a high hysteresis tread compound that transfers the vehicle's horsepower to a dry track by developing inspiring grip at high tread temperatures. This tread compound is molded into a unique asymmetric and directional tread pattern that features a sturdy outer shoulder to provide lateral stability and cornering grip, while grooves in the tire's central and inner tread areas enhance wet track handling and braking. The P Zero Corsa's asymmetric and directional tread design requires separate "left" and "right" side tires for the vehicle as branded on each tire's sidewall. On the inside, the P Zero Corsa features highly flexible steel belts reinforced by spirally wound nylon to enhance steering precision and provide high-speed capability while reducing weight.

The P Zero Corsa is molded with 6/32" of tread depth in its grooves and is available unshaved for use on damp tracks or shaved to between 3/32" to 4/32" of tread depth for use on dry tracks.

Caution: The P Zero Corsa is not recommended for driving on extremely wet roads where there is the risk of hydroplaning. This is especially true of shaved or worn tires. Drivers should drive cautiously at reduced speeds in these conditions.

Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires feature black letter styling and are available in selected 50-, 45-, 40-, 35- and 30-series; Y-speed rated sizes for 17" and 18" wheel diameters.

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