What are the widest tires to be used in F1?

Sports Asked by Noir Antares on May 31, 2021

Along with several aerodynamics and chassis weight regulation changes, the 2017 F1 season introduces wider tires.

  • 2016 Front/Rear tire width: 245mm / 325mm
  • 2017 Front/Rear tire width: 305mm / 405mm (+25%)

Is this the widest tire dimensions that a Formula One car has ever used?

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After searching a bit, there is not much detail or a definite answer, but this Autosport article says the 1992 tyre width was 420mm and the biggest until now.

But this other link of Tyre-Shopper says the same width was used in 2017.

This is the tyre used in 1992:

1992 formula One car with rear tyre

Answered by Ram Chandra Giri on May 31, 2021

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