Good uphill performance requires a tyre with very different characteristics from those normally needed in other better known types of motor racing, such as rally and track. In hillclimb races, the stress from acceleration and braking and the frequency at which these occur can be up to 10 times higher than in other types of competition. This is why the racing tyres we use on cars with more than 450 HP must be designed and developed by focusing simultaneously on size, structure and compound.
Marangoni Zeta Linea Racing tyres, through specific analysis of the casing and compounds and the right balance of resins and specific polymers, reach optimum operating temperature just 500 metres from the start, combining grip in the most insidious points and smooth running at the highest speeds. The new Marangoni GF15 compound also supports the aerodynamic evolution and new trim of the Osella FA30-Zyteck, improving grip especially in the early stages of the race, yet at the same time guaranteeing maximum performance and greater durability in the second part of the race.
This type of racing allows fundamental experience to be acquired regarding tyre behaviour in limit conditions, with such experience then being transferred to even more difficult terrain: everyday roads.