Pirelli: Tyre war not good for Formula 1

Pirelli: Tyre war not good for Formula 1

Pirelli's motorsport director Paul Hembery says he is not yet sure whether his company would stay in F1 if the ...

Tyre fire plume close to Heathrow

Tyre fire plume close to Heathrow

Up to 40 firefighters tackle a blaze in a pile of tyres in a field near Heathrow Airport in west ...

NASCAR: New Michigan tyre gets mixed reviews

NASCAR: New Michigan tyre gets mixed reviews

NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers have given mixed reviews to the new tyre specification Goodyear has brought to Michigan in an ...

UPDATE 2-Tyre grade rubber rises on support moves, doubts linger

UPDATE 2-Tyre grade rubber rises on support moves, doubts linger

* Tyre grade rubber jumps more than 5 percent * Producers to cut exports by 300,000 T this year * ...

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Keeping an eye on tractor tyre pressures is something we all know we should do, but invariably don't. It's usually ...

Tech Talk: Playing the tyre management game

Tech Talk: Playing the tyre management game

This year's Pirelli tyres are hard to handle and have led to some dramatic degradation for some teams and drivers ...

China's largest tyre manufacturer joins Itma

China's largest tyre manufacturer joins Itma

China’s largest tyre maker has joined the Imported Tyre Maker’s Association (Itma), just month’s after the introduction across Europe of ...

Pirelli: Tyre war pointless

Pirelli: Tyre war pointless

Paul Hembery has hinted that Pirelli could quit F1 if the sport opts to return to a 'pointless' tyre war.

F1: Pirelli: Tyre war not good for Formula 1

F1: Pirelli: Tyre war not good for Formula 1

Pirelli's motorsport director Paul Hembery says he is not yet sure whether his company would stay in F1 if the ...

Tyre tracks that are out of this world: The incredible images that show Curiosity taking its first drive on the …

Tyre tracks that are out of this world: The incredible images that show Curiosity taking its first drive on the …

The rover drove forward 15 feet (4.5 metres), rotated 120 degrees and then reversed about 8 feet (2.5 metres).