How Much Does a Formula 1 Car Tyre Cost 2010?

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The cost of a set of Bridgestone Formula 1 tyres is estimated at £3000. Other tyres have different prices.
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The prie vary in years but the current (2013) tyres cost around £325 per tyre. It depends on the structure and compound of the tyre.
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Some very interesting analyses on this here. A 'lifetime' as mentioned here is one year, for that is indeed the lifetime of an F1 car Source: Netcars, http://www.crash.net/f1/news
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Formula 1 race cars are extremely expensive. The prices of
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Michelin's dry-weather F1 tyre measures 660mm (diameter) by 380mm (width. 355mm at the front). Circumference incorporates 4 longitudinal grooves, as required by rules.
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