Brabham Automotive and Goodyear sign partnership agreement

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Brabham Automotive and Goodyear have agreed to collaborate across racing and road car developments.

David Brabham, director of Brabham Automotive said, “The partnership historically brought an incredible amount of success in Formula 1 and Endurance Racing and we look to continue this winning legacy through Brabham Automotive, the BT62 and future car variants.”

In addition to supplying Goodyear Racing tires for the track-only BT62, the car will also be available in Brabham’s road-compliant conversion option, which will include tires from the Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport range.

The Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport range’s performance is enhanced through the use of a motorsport-derived high-friction compound, providing exceptional lateral grip and traction. This compound is closely related to Goodyear’s FIA WEC tires that will be used during the 2019/20 season.

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