Continental Sport Contact 3

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  1. chrisckyu

    chrisckyu Member

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    Anyone has driven with these on track dry and wet? Currently I have a full set of these on my car and will be looking to track the car in the future. Just wondering any review on these?
     
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    just want to get more feedbacks from different people
     
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    hello, i may be a new member on here, but i actually sell tires on a daily basis. In my personal opinion these tires have a great tread pattern. However, they are not something that I would be using at a track. WHat kind of tracking do you plan to do?
     
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    it is a daily car mainly and maybe 3 to 4 track days a year. So I am after something that can give me gd respond and grip on track dry and wet.
     
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    I would look at something a little more aggressive but not pure uhp grade. Id maybe look at the Michelin pilot sport line and find one right for you. Most of them come with a 50k + mile warranty (not sure if you're km or Mi)

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    Avon Zz3 are good also rsr are pretty good too
     
  8. Mike@TDSW

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    I have conti m3s on my m3 and I hear the contact 3s are better
    I'm very impressed with the grip wet and dry with my current tyres, in fact would prefer less grip sometimes lol.
    No idea what track work they'd live with though.
     
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    They're about the best road tyres I've used but a bit shite in the wet. You probably know that already though lol.
     

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