BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 Tire Now Available
BFGoodrich Tires has introduced the g-Force Sport COMP-2, the newest tire in BFGoodrich Tires’ ultra-high performance tire line up. Now available for purchase, the BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 tire is designed for enthusiasts looking...
BFGoodrich Tires has introduced the g-Force Sport COMP-2, the newest tire in BFGoodrich Tires’ ultra-high performance tire line up. Now available for purchase, the BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 tire is designed for enthusiasts looking for a tire that will give them next-level control when driving and allow them the freedom to accelerate faster, corner harderand brake shorter.
The BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 tire will replace the BFGoodrich g-Force Sport tire. Offered in 46 sizes, ranging from 15 to 20 inches in diameter, the BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 tire includes fitments for classic and modern muscle cars, sports cars, sports sedans, tuner and imports. An additional 12 sizes will be introduced to the market this September to offer complete coverage in the ultra-high performance category. The addition of the BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 tire increases BFGoodrich Tires’ coverage in the ultra-high performance market to 82 per cent.
“The current BFGoodrich g-Force Sport tread design was reviewed, analyzed and proven to be the optimal design for BFGoodrich Tires’ target consumer, target performances and new advanced ‘COMP-2’ compound,” said Andy Koury, brand category manager for ultra high performance at BFGoodrich Tires. “While the tread design remains the same, we simplified the sidewall to achieve more of a ‘racing’ look. It needs to look contemporary and sleek, but not be in the way. The new g-Force Sport COMP-2 provides a sleek look and, of course, upgraded performance.”
The BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 tire is the latest evolution of BFGoodrich Tires’ rich racing heritage. The newly designed COMP-2 compound and Performance Racing Core (PRC) — developed using many of BFGoodrich Tires’ racing technologies and compounds — resulted in 30 per cent better wet grip and eight per cent better dry grip offering precise control, without sacrificing treadlife.
“Advancements in compounding technologies have enabled us to achieve large improvements in traction in both wet and dry performances,” added Koury.