Right! Ive spent the last few years building a road going 180SX circa 450 - 500hp with lots of track grip driving and daily-ish road use in mind. Ive had a fair few high powered cars 4WD and RWD over the years with lots of different tyres but am wondering whats peoples thoughts?????? RWD and grip have never been something i was too bothered about as i was usually just gonna kill the back tyres and therefore more worried about cheapness on the back and a set of yokohama pradas for front end grip (grand tyre although ive heard plenty of complaints). I really liked the Falken FK452 on an R34 GTR but the 4WD system on that car was immense to begin with so i dont feel its a good comparison when talking about a RWD with no traction control. Basically im looking for peoples opinions on a tyre for a high powered RWD car driving on irish roads in irish weather with a fair amount of track use. i dont really want to go the Toyo R888 semi slick route as i feel its gonna be too harsh to live with outside the track environment but im open to suggestion! thinking more RWD time attack car than drift car. Possible options; Toyo TR1 Eagle F1 Pirelli PZero Yokohama Prada Michelin Pilot Sport Continental conti5 Hankook Ventus ^^^ anybody with much experience of the above or something different??