Eagle F1 Supercar tires are Goodyear’s Max Performance Summer tires developed for the drivers of select performance cars, like the Chevrolet Corvette C-5 Z06, Chrysler 300C SRT and Ford GT. Eagle F1 Supercar tires are designed to emphasize dry road traction and handling. Like all summer tires, they are not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.

Goodyear’s warranty states: “Ultra high-performance summer tires are not recommended for winter use, and tread or shoulder cracking on those tires resulting from winter use will not be covered under our warranty.”

Eagle F1 Supercar tires feature a high grip Goodyear AAtrax tread compound (the AAtrax name emphasizing that the Eagle F1 Supercar earns the highest “AA” Uniform Tire Quality Grade wet traction rating) molded into a slightly reduced tread depth (just 6/32″ to 7/32″ of new tread depth on Ford GT tires and 8/32″ for Corvette tires) asymmetric tread design that combines large outer shoulder and intermediate tread blocks to increase initial steering response and cornering stability with a solid center rib to maintain constant road contact and enhance straight-line tracking. Wide circumferential grooves and smaller interior tread and shoulder blocks help water escape from between the tire and the road to maintain wet traction and hydroplaning resistance. The tire’s structure includes twin, high-tensile steel belts reinforced with spirally wound Aramid to distribute the vehicle’s load across the tire’s footprint providing high-speed durability and uniform ride qualities. Polyester body plies enhance high temperature and high-speed durability while exterior sidewall rim flange protectors help guard wheels against curb damage.

SIZEUTQGMAX.
LOAD
Max. Inflation PressureTread DepthTire WeightRim Width RangeMeas. Rim WidthSect. WidthTread WidthOverall Diam.Revs. Per Mile
P235/45ZR18
(88Y)
220 AA A1,235 lbs44 psi6/32"25 lbs7.5-9"8"9.2"8.3"26.3"793
P255/45ZR18
99W
220 AA A1,709 lbs44 psi10/32"29 lbs8-9.5"8.5"10"8.3"27.1"773
P285/40ZR18
96W
220 AA A1,565 lbs44 psi11/32"32 lbs9.5-11"10"11.4"9.1"27"775
P295/35ZR18
91Y
220 AA A1,356 lbs44 psi8/32"28 lbs10-11.5"10.5"11.7"10.2"26.1"801
P255/40R19
96W
220 AA A1,565 lbs51 psi10/32"26 lbs8.5-10"9"10.2"8.7"27"774
P285/35R19
90W
220 AA A1,323 lbs51 psi10/32"29 lbs9.5-11"10"11.4"10.3"26.9"777
P315/40ZR19
(103Y)
220 AA A1,929 lbs44 psi7/32"34 lbs11-12"11"12.6"11.3"28.9"722
245/45ZR20
99Y
220 AA A1,709 lbs51 psi10/32"29 lbs7.5-9"8"9.6"8.8"28.7"729
255/45ZR20
101Y
220 AA A1,819 lbs51 psi11/32"30 lbs8-9.5"8.5"10"8.5"29.1"719
255/35R22
99W
220 AA A1,709 lbs50 psi9/32"30 lbs8.5-10"9"10.2"9"29"720
285/35R22
102W
220 AA A1,874 lbs51 psi10/32"35 lbs9.5-11"10"11.4"9.8"29.9"699

6 COMMENTS

  1. These were the tires from the factory and as I understand they are a bit softer than when purchased separately; but, I cannot fathom how they made a tire which was only able to get 17000 miles with rotation every 5k miles. Alignment wasn’t perfect; but, not enough to cause excessive wear. Had them on my stock R/T Challenger for less than 2 years. I am highly disappointed. Add to that they were completely terrible in wet/cold/snow/anything but warm dry road and it was beyond frustrating. Honestly, I’m glad to be rid of them; but, would have appreciated at least 2x the lifespan of a tire. Buyer Beware!

  2. Sounds Great ,Looks Great ..Brand New. To be fair, i have to say on my Range Rover this tire rides very smooth and is very responsive, the sidewalls are also thick enough to maintain stability and hard corners.. the only issue i have is the treadwear got so bad after only 4000 miles on the front tires they dont even look like the same tires. im at a cross between replacing the front tires or just rotating them but i didnt want what they became to look like worn out tires as back tires. i have never had tires that wears out so fast.. ..i may have to purchase 4 new tires of another brand.. This is very dissappointing because, ive always used smaller Goodyear tires for all my other vehicles with no problems

  3. OEM fit on my 2015 Challenger R/T, so don’t give me any “You picked them, so you can’t —– about them” lectures/B.S.I’ve always been a “Buy USA” guy. Having said that, I’ve been pretty unsatisfied with the past 5-6 sets of Goodyear Eagles that I’ve bought for various sport sedans. This set of tires just continued the trend. At least these didn’t pick up a “shake/vibration” at highway speeds, like the other Goodyears did when 60% worn, so I guess they have “improved”.Car is used extensively for 100-1000 mile “roadtrips”, mostly Interstate running at 75-85 mph. At 20,150 miles, these tires are DONE/no tread left. Noise level remains low (although this may be credited to the car). . I can only contrast this set of tires with the Firestone Firehawks on my previous 2013 Challenger. Same size tires, same driver, same roadtrips, but those tires lasted to 50,000 miles……and were changed a little early, due to onset of winter. In real world driving, the theoretically “better” handling/grip of these F1s, vs. Firehawks, is undetectable.The Firehawks, unfortunately, are no longer available (probably because they were “too good”). So it’s looking like Michelins.(Disclaimer: Your experience may vary)

  4. I just want to start by saying, the only reason these tires come factory equipped on most of these sports cars is not because of their performance it is simply because Good Year wins the bid when the order is put in. There are many other summer Tires and all season tires that are similar and price if not cheaper with better all-around performance. These tires are excellent in high temperatures and high-speed straight-line driving. High grip= High treadwear. These tires come factory equipped on a lot of high performance sedans throughout the Midwest and it just makes no sense. The manufacturer claims that the warranty is void on these tires if driven near freezing temperatures. 8k on these tires and tread depth is at 6/32″ and I almost died from hydroplaning when I got caught in the rain the other day. If you own a high performance car that you plan on driving only on hot summer days then this is a great Tire otherwise remove them.

  5. These came stock on my brand new challenger. Worst performing tire ever. I rotated my tires every 3500 miles. They performed so badly that goodyear actually made a deal with me if i purchased one of the same tire, they would comp me the other 3. They did that same deal for me 3 times. Even at that discounted rate they are not worth it. Because of the “deal” i was getting i have now had 4 sets of these tires. The first set were toast after 10,000 miles; set 2 at 11,000, set 3 at 13,000, and finally set 4 got just over 7000. My 5 year old car with just over 41,000 miles on it is going in for its 5th set of tires on saturday. I am happy to say that i am not putting goodyears on it. All goodyear tires are garbage, but they really outdid themselves with these tires. Do not put them on your car, even if they are free.

  6. These tires have amazing grip when cornering, but I guess that the give and take for good gripe is poor wear. I had to replace the front tires at just over 6k miles, not what I expected. Swithing back to the Michelin PILOT SPORT A/S 3+ (W- OR Y-SPEED RATED) – SIZE: 245/45ZR20

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