Great rounds of testing these past two weeks!
Had a chance to test one of my favorite Max Performance Summer tires -- the Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 -- on the dry track and, as always, it didn't disappoint. An earlier trip to Barber Motorsports to attend the Porsche Sport Driving School further consolidated my impression of the PS2 as one of the most aggressive, sticky tires you can run in summer months.
I also tested a handful of Grand Touring All-Season tires and was truly surprised by the outcome. While the road test served as a reminder of how superior the Bridgestone Turanza Serenity is in comparison to some of the other tires in its class, the wet track test winner was the Michelin Primacy MXM4 (shown at left), outperforming its counterparts by leaps and bounds. I would definitely recommend the Primacy MXM4 for customers who are looking for a quiet, comfortable tire but don't want to give up a lot of the characteristics of more performance-oriented tires.