Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 Track Connect Sizes & review


The MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 Track Connect® is Michelin’s connected Streetable Track & Competition tire developed to help drivers maximize their vehicles’ on-track performance and lower lap times. Designed as one component of the Track Connect® system, MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 Track Connect® tires feature all the performance attributes of the Pilot® Sport Cup 2 tire on which they are based, plus the ability to accept a special sensor that relays tire temperature and pressure information to a console-mounted receiver. Using this information, the Track Connect® app provides personalized inflation recommendations and adjustments based on the track, vehicle, ambient weather conditions and driving style. It’s like having a personal Michelin tire engineer with you every time you go to the track. Like all summer tires, the MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 Track Connect® is not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through slush, snow or on ice.

WARNING: MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 Track Connect® radials meet DOT requirements; however, they are not recommended for driving in wet conditions where standing water is present and there is the risk of hydroplaning; drivers should drive cautiously at reduced speeds if they encounter these conditions. This is especially true of shaved or worn tires.

The tread of the MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 Track Connect® molds Michelin’s Bi-Compound technology into an asymmetric design. Bi-Compound technology features different rubber compounds on the tread’s outboard and inboard regions. Massive outboard shoulders feature a tread rubber whose hardness has been specially designed to deliver maximum adherence and outstanding dry grip on curves, especially on tight corners. Notched center ribs and an inboard shoulder use tread rubber featuring a more rigid elastomer to ensure precision steering.

MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 Track Connect® tires feature MICHELIN® Variable Contact Patch 3.0, an innovation evolved from the Variable Contact Patch 2.0 technology integrated into Pilot Super Sport and Pilot Sport A/S 3 tires. Variable Contact Patch 3.0 maximizes the contact patch size and optimizes its footprint pressure so that more rubber remains in contact with the track when cornering, thereby ensuring superior grip in curves and tight corners.

The tire’s internal structure features twin steel belts reinforced by spirally wound Twaron cord. Twaron is a polyamide cord that offers a lightweight, high-strength reinforcement above the steel belts to enhance high-speed durability, handling and wear. MICHELIN® FAZ Technology (Filament At Zero degrees) winds the Twaron cord around the tire circumference, much the same way fishing line is wound onto fishing reels, to allow Michelin engineers to tune tension and strength. The Twaron is applied with variable tension between the shoulders and the center of the tire, and is tightened so firmly that it literally locks the tire structure into a practically inelastic belt. As a result, the tire’s footprint remains constant and centrifugal force is effectively controlled, even at very high speeds.

The MICHELIN® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 Track Connect® features a polyester casing that combines ride comfort with responsive handling. Its bead region is 10% wider than that of traditional sports tires and is strengthened with a high modulus rubber compound that increases the tire’s lateral stiffness and delivers sporty responsiveness, as well as precision steering.

A special mold tooling process has led to the development of MICHELIN® Premium Touch Technology, a process that has made it possible to create more contrast on sections of the outer sidewall using micro-geometry techniques that absorb light. The geometry of the texture permits variable contrast to create shades of black that have the feel of velvet.

Max. Inflation PressureTread DepthTire WeightRim Width RangeMeas. Rim WidthSect. WidthTread WidthOverall Diam.Revs. Per Mile
180 AA A1,521 lbs50 psi7.2/32"21 lbs8-9.5"8.5"9.5" 25.4"819
180 AA A1,389 lbs50 psi7.2/32"21 lbs8-9.5"8.5"9.7" 24.8"840
180 AA A1,653 lbs50 psi7.2/32"26 lbs10-11"10.5"11.9" 25"832
180 AA A1,356 lbs50 psi7.2/32"22 lbs8-9.5"8.5"9.5" 25.5"817
180 AA A1,433 lbs50 psi7.2/32"22 lbs8-9.5"8.5"9.8" 25.8"807
180 AA A1,874 lbs50 psi7.2/32"28 lbs10.5-11.5"11"12.3" 26.3"792
180 AA A1,653 lbs51 psi5.5/32"26 lbs10.5-11.5"11"12.3" 26.3"792
180 AA A1,764 lbs51 psi6/32"28 lbs10.5-11.5"11"12.6" 26.5"785
180 AA A2,039 lbs50 psi7.2/32"30 lbs11-12"11.5"13" 26.7"778
180 AA A1,521 lbs50 psi7.2/32"23 lbs8-9.5"8.5"9.8" 26.8"777
180 AA A1,709 lbs50 psi7.2/32"26 lbs9-10.5"9.5"10.7" 27.3"761
180 AA A1,819 lbs50 psi7.2/32"29 lbs10-11"10.5"11.9" 27"770
180 AA A1,929 lbs50 psi7.2/32"30 lbs10.5-11.5"11"12.3" 27.2"764
180 AA A2,205 lbs50 psi7.2/32"34 lbs11-12"11.5"13" 28.7"725


  1. I always put different tires on every vehicle I buy. Car tires I only buy Michelin. Ive had Super Sport A/S tires give BETTER grip and performance than Pirelli summer tires!! The only different tire I would spend money on is a Bridgestone ultra high…but prefer only Michelin. These track comp tires are fantastic!! Ive always been a Super Sport or Sport Cup advocate and dont prefer to change. Dry handling, launch, traction, durability and handling are ALL the best in the business. The only issue I’ve ever had would be tread wearing out early and to be honest it’s hit and miss on which ones have on me. The SRT Redeye Hellcats can incinerate rear tires. Launching in second gear is how I’ve gotten some of my best numbers and Michelin has the driving enthusiast in mind when making these tires.


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