Dunlop Sportmax D211 GP-A
Thanks to a multi-million-dollar equipment installation at its Buffalo, New York, plant, Dunlop's U.S.-made race tires are now every bit as good as those manufactured at the firm's Birmingham, England, headquarters. The latest version of the AMA "spec" tire utilizes N-TECH carcass construction, new compound recipes and the IRP (Intuitive Response Profile) technology first used on last year's Sportmax Q2. We used the previous-generation GP-As for our Aprilia RSV4R vs. Yamaha YZF-R1 shootout and they performed exceptionally well. Based on our experience with the IRP on the stellar Q2s and what we've heard from racers regarding N-TECH, the new D211s are sure to impress. Pick some up for your next track sortie for just $360.99 a set.