“The way it performed on Saturday and Sunday vindicates what we saw in testing,” confirmed Matt Hanlon, the engineer tasked with the new tire’s development. “Its modified tread pattern has no trouble clearing mud. Thanks to its chunkier blocks and wider grooves, the mud doesn’t get packed in the tread. It forms a skin that makes the tire’s surface totally smooth and keeps the car on the move.”
“The BFGoodrich® KDR2+ is an enormous step forward in mud,” enthused Hall Speed-owner and Toyota Gazoo Racing team manager Glen Hall.
“We’ve got grip now,” added Jakub Przygonski’s co-driver Tom Colsoul (Mini 4WD). “It’s an incredible tire. Where others failed, the KDR2+ is 200 percent safer.” The only issue is that this invention effaces the advantage the two-wheel drive vehicles formerly had in muddy conditions. The 4x4s are now on the same footing as their 2WD rivals.