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Firestone Tyres

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What does the word “Firestone” make you think of? If you're visiting this site, you'll certainly say "tyres", and rightly so. Yet, these tyres aren't so ordinary; these are exceptionally refined products that, over the years, have been designed with security and reliability in mind. Firestone tyres inspire future generations of drivers on the roads and racetracks.

Did you know that Firestone has long been active in the field of motorsports? From its first years in the tyre sector, this brand has participated in the Indianapolis 500 race. To date, nothing has changed. It is worth noting that the racetrack is the best testing ground for tyres. Experience gained in the toughest races allows you to design and produce better tyres that ensure control of the car in different road conditions. Firestone tyres mean not only a high level of security, but also excellent value for money (the brand ranks in the middle market segment).

Firestone has a very wide range of products ranging from winter tyres, summer tyres and all-season tyres, including for lorries and delivery vans, to specialised agricultural tyres. This brand's tyres are valued very highly by customers and rank highly in tests conducted by leading automobile clubs and automotive magazines.

Interesting facts:

Akron is an American city commonly referred to as the capital of the tyre industry. It is here that brands such as BFGoodrich, Goodyear and Firestone were created. Firestone was founded in 1900 and still remains one of the most popular brands in the world.

The brand's founder, Harvey Firestone, was a very respectable figure. His closest friends were Henry Ford and Thomas Edison. They were called the "Millionaires' Club" because they were friends, spent family holidays together and sometimes jointly multiplied their fortunes (Firestone was a tyre supplier for Ford for years).

Today, the Firestone brand belongs to the Japanese company Bridgestone.

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History of the brand Firestone

Akron in Ohio. Indeed here, in the city later on called the world’s capital of rubber industry, in 1900 one of the pioneering makes in tyre industry was born. Firestone? Yes, the name sounds dangerous and dignified. The company owes it to its founder – Harvey S. Firestone.     A meeting with Ford The heart of the American motor industry is Detroit, the city where the giants of the industry – Ford, General Motors, Chrysler – are based. Everyone knows too that the Mecca for lovers of fast cars is Modena in Italy, where Ferrari, Maserati and De Tomaso operate, with Lamborghini just next door. In the same way, the tyre capital of the world can be said to be Akron, Ohio. It was here in the Great Lakes Region that the power of such firms as BFGoodrich and Goodyear developed. Not long after them, the Firestone brand began its story. Its founder was born on 20 December 1868 on a farm in Columbiana County, Ohio. The Firestone family’s holding had been started at the end of the 18th century by Harvey’s great-grandfather, Nicholas, who had received part of his land as a gift from President Thomas Jefferson. In 1895 Harvey, then working for Columbus Buggy Works, met Henry Ford, with whom he soon began a collaboration that would last for many years. When he built his first cars, Ford used bicycle tyres. Firestone advised him to try out pneumatic tyres, which were used in ... Read more >

Our customer's opinions:
  • d2 4.2

    Firestone Winterhawk 2 EVO

    Really great donuts (my manufactured in Italy). Even during the terrible road conditions, you can drive safely and without fear. Ba! In the period of greatest rainfall, the average speed of traffic on the roads outside the city was no more than 30km / h I comfortably ahead without fear of losing traction and skid. I highly recommend! More >
  • John 3.8

    Firestone TZ300

    Firestone TZ300 tyres are comfortable and predictable. Absolute traction parameters cannot be rated neither for 6 nor for 5 because there are much bette tyres, and on dry 6 would be for a slick and 5 for a sports tyre. For a civilian tyre, the parameters are very good. Decent handling, taking some really aggressive driving into account, and thus, the tyres give a lot of confidence. They are also good on wet, although not as much as Uniroyal tyres. Braking can be also also rated for 4-5. The tyre is very trustworthy - it handles aggressive treatment in a 200 BHP car very well and does a good job in handling the power. They can "indicate" when you are about to lose grip nicely, but they also More > don't lean in like aforementioned Uniroyals.. For this price, Firestone TZ300 is a tyre worth recommending. There are definitely better tyres for higher prices, but in this range Firestone TZ300 is one of the best. It's very comfortable, quiet and absorbs bumps nicely. Also, their rolling noise is barely audible.
  • Andrzej B 4.0

    Firestone TZ300

    Normal good tires at a good price. Just the usual good tires for everyday use and occasional (2-3 times a year), you pass on a track for fun. I have nothing to reproach them. Well-stick surface, good disperse water. If I were more frequent (eg every 3-4 weeks) riding for fun on the racetrack is able to have a little better stick - but by then buy a second set on the track, whose harm to wipe driving around shopping or to work. Durability shall not judge because too few sets of tires wyjeździłem to tell how fast you consume. Suppression also does not judge - they are certainly a lot better than my previous tires, but do not go to the factory and I changed the suspension settings which makes More > it hard to assess the same tire.
  • Dragon 4.2

    Firestone WINTERHAWK

    After traveling 4,000 km on these tyres in the past two months I write about them a few words. First, stick to the road perfectly dry, wet, snow and pretty good (for tyres) on ice. The wet tyres can be heard whistling (whistling), but it also depends on the type of surface (smooth asphalt, milled, etc.). I only objected to rolling resistance, which clearly feel during the change from summer tyres. In the summer I burned my car about 4.3 l/100 km, and on the winter burns about 5l/100 km (although you have to take a heavier patch on driving conditions). Suppose that the engines having more power difference in the combustion will not be so high. Besides tyres are quiet (quieter than my summer, More > not to mention whistling in the wet ;)) and very soft (inequality by much less pester). I do not know if I buy it again, because in a few years may no longer be the model or will be better. But if I had to buy at the moment, it probably would buy these tyres.
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