BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2
Follow-Up Review: 7,000 miles on tires
Follow up on my initial review: I am very impressed with this tire. The wet grip especially is great, even in cold weather (such as 45 degrees and raining). The ultimate level of grip is not a top-tier autocross tire, so that's why I didn;t give it a 10 rating. if the rating system was used to evaluate the tire against it;s intended purpose, it most certainly would get a 10 from me. I tend to be harder on my tires, and wear them out quicker then expected. tire wear so far has been better than i expected. Road noise is acceptable for a low profile, UHP summer tire, and ride comfort is the better than i expected for a UHP tire. Interestingly, the R1 and R1S competiion tires have a good ride quality too, so i can;t help but wonder if BFG used some of that technology in developing this tire. <br><br>All in all, these are really good tires, that are not very expensive and perform quite well. I'd buy them again, without question.
Initial Review: 3,000 miles on tires
I have about 300 miles on this tire on my daily driver 2003 BMW 325i sedan with stock suspension. So far I have been impressed with this tire - it was inexpensive, it has much better dry grip than I was expecting and the wet traction in corners is also surprisingly better than I expected. The tire is not a load that I notice, but it does tend to slightly follow irregularities occasionally. (Such as heavy highway wear grooves). I haven;t driven the tire yet in very heavy rain (hence the N/A rating for hydroplaning), but the tread pattern looks sufficient for proper water evacuation. I haven't tried autocrossing on this tire yet, but it was made clear to me that this tire in not intended to be a top-tier competitive autocross tire (which would be a 10 on grip for me), it is ideally suited for performance sports sedans on a regular basis allowing spirited driving with good feel and control and wear. I would say so far this tire has met those expectations.