If you are considering whether to run all season or performance tires on your sports car, read through the scenarios below to help with your decision.
Things to consider:
1.) Do you plan to drive the car year round, and are you in a climate with snow winters? Typically if you are driving the car all year it's not just a summer sports car, and you don't live in Southern California-like climate, you should have all season tires to get you through the variety of driving conditions you'll face. The small sacrifice of performance is worth it in the versatility and added safety of an all season.
2.) Do you have a separate set of winter tires and wheels?
Of course if you the budget to have a separate set of winter tires and wheels, then by all means, go for the ultra high performance tires for your summer set. You might as well maximize performance if these tires are mainly used in dry summer conditions.
Other than the notes above, budget and your desire for performance grip are some factors to consider as well.
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