This is the CLAYMORE V2 tire from PROCIRCUIT. Like its predecessor, it's a tire very demanded by our official team drivers. This tire is an evolution or combination of the Square Impact and the Hot Dice. These two treads are the most used on competition events by our team drivers, so we decided to combine them and bridge the gap between them with the same Square Impact's pins pattern but larger pins similar to the Hot Dices.
The Claymore was the tire our team drivers used at the 2016 IFMAR Worlds in Las Vegas, when Robert Batlle took the 2nd podium spot.
The V2 has increased the total number of rows and slightly increased the size of the pins to maintain the excellent grip and speed in the most demanding tracks. These two modifications improve the life of the tire.
The Claymore V2 stands up on clean layouts, blue groove or slightly wet surfaces and provides excellent forward traction and speed.
The V2 series features a new insert to better fit the new tire structure improving the overall performance with more consistent handling in the bumps, effortless jumping and an easy to drive feeling.
Available in C1 Super Soft (white), C2 Soft (yellow), C3 Medium (orange), C4 Hard (blue), K1 Clay Super Soft (pink) and K2 Clay Soft (red) compounds. Compounds C4, K1 and K2 are only available in unlgued format without rims.
Procircuit's K1 and K2 clay compounds provide maximum efficiency and grip on indoor clay tracks, oily tracks, hard packed dirt tracks with a high level of humidity or even on mixed tracks with synthetic surfaces such as carpet, astroturf, concrete, slippery curves or cobblestones.
K compounds work differently from C standard compounds. While C compounds are very dependent on the temperature and grip, the performance of K compounds depends on the grip and the surfaces.
With the K compounds we achieve greater driving stability because the rubber is not as elastic as the C compound and centrifuges less at full throttle.