Dunlop Announces New 2012 Race Tire

January 21, 2012
Courtesy of Dunlop
Dunlop Tires

As the official tire of AMA Po Racing, Dunlop has continued to develop new products, and in keeping with that commitment Dunlop proudly announces its newest premium race tire, the 190/60ZR17 D211GPA. Built for racing in the Daytona SportBike and SuperSport classes, this new tire will be available initially in two compounds, and a third compound will be released later in the season.

Sabastian Mincone, Dunlop Senior Road Race Manager, described the tire as follows: “This new tire shares the same technology contained within the proven 200/55R17 slicks; it’s an MT Multi-Tread tire with N-Tec construction and IRP (Intuitive Response Profile) technology. By using this new rear size, racers will be able to increase corner speed and acceleration out of corners. This tire will be well suited for use in Daytona SportBike and SuperSport classes, as well as for use in most club races where DOT tires are required. This tire represents the culmination of a great deal of R&D work by Dunlop staff as well as input gathered from many top racers in the U.S. and we are very proud of this accomplishment, which will serve to help make AMA Pro even more exciting in the coming season.”

The new 190/60ZR17 D211GPA is available to road racers through Dunlop’s race tire distributor Race Tire Service (RTS) who can be contacted at

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