Conditions of use
Motorsport tyres are especially designed and compounded for competition use. No warranty is given on Motorsport tyres due to the conditions under which they operate.
Tubeless Motorsport tyres
All recently designed competition tyres are of tubeless construction, and should be fitted to steel or alloy wheels with the correct tolerances. Cast alloy wheels should be treated to ensure they are not porous.
Tyres should be stored in a controlled environment with cool temperatures above 0 and in darkness. High temperature, direct sunlight, proximity to high voltage electric motors or welding equipment should be avoided if at all possible.
Tyre Life will be improved if tyres are scrubbed in before use in anger. Tyres should be quickly and briefly brought up to operating temperature without the use of hard acceleration, braking or cornering and then cooled off.
Always have tyres fitted by a competent and reputable tyre dealer who understands the requirements of fitting competition tyres. Fitting should be carried out with extreme care to avoid damaging the bead, which is of critical importance in a tubeless tyre. Wheels should be checked for cracks, chips and rust that may prevent airtight seals or present a hazard.
Mr Tyre (Motorsport) Ltd services over 40 events per season and at each event an F.O.C fitting service is available to customers using any Mr Tyre Motorsport supplied product, we also carry tyres specific to the event that we are in attendance at although it is recommended that the customer pre books their requirement.
We reserve the right to charge for certain services such as balancing, changing valves, and grooving.
We also offer a full fitting service from our Tamworth Base, this service is offered strictly by appointment only.
No firm rule exists for the ideal tyre pressure Ideal will vary between car, driver, application and discipline. Sufficient pressure must be used to avoid structural problems when the vehicle is cornering.
Pressure vary from one category to the next so if in doubt please call 01827 211021.
Inflation pressure conversion
PSI to BAR: divide by 14.7
BAR to PSI: multiply by 14.7
We are always available to advise on suitable fitments, compounds, patterns and pressures. We are only too pleased to be able to help you find the right tyre for your vehicle.