Check out MotoIQ.com's tire test of the brand new Continental ExtremeContact SPORT
-which debut earlier this month:
They aren't offered in Gen 2-3 Viper rear sizes, but they do come in 325/30-19
. If those sizes fit your setup, or in general for your other sports car or sedan, these may be a great option to a Michelin Pilot Super Sport.
“Same level dry performance as a Michelin Pilot Super Sport”. That is a HUGE statement by Continental when the PSS is hands down the segment leading benchmark. Continental is extremely proud of their brand new ExtremeContact™ Sport tire that was just released earlier this month as a replacement for their ExtremeContact™ DW tire. We logged nearly a thousand miles on the new Sport in both the wet and dry, and put it up against the outgoing DW in a back to back test at Palm Beach International Raceway to see if it lives up to Continental’s claims.
In the article:
-In-depth analysis of the new (from the ground up) ExtremeContact Sport.
-Street review in the dry and wet.
-Track Test at Palm Beach International Raceway.
-Motec Data overlays back to back testing the Sport with the outgoing DW.
-Subjective Handling reviews.
-Deciphering Continental's product lineup.
TESTED: Continental Tire ExtremeContact Sport