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Dunlop, one of the world’s leading brands for High and Ultra-High Performance tires, announces the launch of its new Dunlop Sport Classic, meeting the needs of classic car drivers and optimized for the High Performance vehicles of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.

Strong Vintage Heritage

The Dunlop Sport Classic is the latest in a long line of tires that allow classic car drivers to rely on Dunlop’s strong heritage. A trip down memory lane reveals that from the ‘50s to the ‘70s, Dunlop achieved great fame with a range of Racing Tires (mainly Crossply CR65 and R5 patterns) for Touring and GT Le Mans Cars. Also during the ‘60s, Dunlop released the Aquajet tire within the High Performance segment. Dunlop’s firm commitment to the historic tire market means keeping these two ranges in production, to allow historic race and road drivers to continue to use the authentic product. 

Classic Look, Modern Performance

Dunlop Sport Classic tires offer classic car owners the best of both worlds:

a classic look and feel, combined with modern handling and braking performance. The latest construction and compound technologies provide grip, stability and steering in wet and dry conditions*, whilst the tread pattern still has the typical authentic appearance cherished by classic car owners. Martijn de Jonge, Brand Director Consumer PBU EMEA: “To meet growing market demand and building on our heritage, Dunlop is proud to offer drivers of classic cars an authentic, classic looking tire, with modern High Performance tire technologies.”

(*) Results based on internal benchmark testst grip and aquaplaning resistance*.

Features and Benefits

  • Modern silica compound delivers increased adaptability* to the road’s surface, resulting in an excellent wet grip and braking performance.
  • State-of-the-art reinforced overlay allows for a stronger carcass*, guaranteeing an optimized on-road contact patch. This creates tire stability and steering precision, even at higher speeds.
  • Classic tread pattern, with optimized grooves and high number of multi-oriented blocks, generates numerous biting edges for increased grip. Together with the efficient groove distribution design for better water evacuation, the tread pattern offers improved wet grip and aquaplaning resistance*.
  • Latest shoulder block technology, with robust shoulder blocks and reinforced connections, provide increased stiffness* to optimize force transmission. This offers the improved dry handling and braking* we have come to expect from modern Ultra High Performance tires, while at the same time maintaining that steering feel so typical of classic cars.

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