Tomket Sport Series 1

The Tomket Sport Series 1 is a High Performance Summer tire designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

Tire review data from 6 tire reviews averaging 62% over 16,000 miles driven, and 2 tests with an average result of 18th.

Dry Grip 68%
Wet Grip 62%
Road Feedback 64%
Handling 68%
Wear 55%
Comfort 68%
Buy again 48%

First On MarketJanuary 2017
Wheel Size15 - 20"
Width195 - 275mm
Profile30 - 65
Rolling ResistanceC - D
Wet GripB - B
Noise (dB)69 - 73
Winter RatingNot Winter Rated

The Sport Series 1 is ranked 140th of 201 Summer High Performance tires.

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Are Budget Tires Finally Good Enough? 8 Cheap Tires VS 1 Premium Tire
2nd of 9 tires
  • While it's difficult to recommend any of the cheap tires due to the wet braking performance, the Tomket Sport is certain the tire to look at if you need to save money on tires. It was the closest to the premium tire in wet braking and wet handling, performed well in the dry and was a pleasant tire to drive. It also had the lowest rolling resistance of the group.
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15 inch
195/55R15 85 VCB69
16 inch
215/60R16 95 VCB69
205/55R16 91 VCB69
205/60R16 92 VCB69
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Top 3 Tomket Sport Series 1 Reviews

MINI Cooper S (205/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 1,000 spirited miles
Decent enough tires. They worked out cheap for my Mini S, and handle nicely. I'd say if you had tires fitted "that immediately fell apart" I'd either be going back to the garage or to the manufacturer as tires don't just fall to pieces? I'm genuinely perplexed by that review? I shall update this one if it does fall to pieces, but if it does, then I shall be getting a refund, as tires falling apart obviously isn't a normal thing for them to do. I'd expect a full refund or replacement for non-falling to pieces ones. Sorry, I don't understand that review. Were you racing it? What we're the details of these tires just "falling to pieces"? I've never seen or heard of a tire doing anything like that, unless the car has sat for 10 years.
Helpful 48 - tire reviewed on September 22, 2022
Given 10% while driving a VW Polo 6R 1.6 TDI Bluemotion (225/45 R17) on for 0 miles
Awful, fell apart almost as soon as put on. Wouldn’t use their services ever again if they offered to repair and pay me
Helpful 65 - tire reviewed on September 2, 2021
Given 67% while driving a Skoda Fabia 1.4 (195/55 R15 V) on mostly town for 6,000 spirited miles
Had them on the car for 15 months now. Bought them becouse of the good performance grades they recived online. And becouse they were the cheapest tire in this dimension for an mk1 Skoda Fabia 1.4 8v. At first the dry grip seemed about 1/4 better than the previous tires i got rid of. The Uniroyal rain experts in 175/65 14s. Wet grip was about equal :P Then i found some rough tarmac and gave them a good grating to remove any of the residual wax they came with when they were taken out of the moulds. My two cents at least o.O After that grip in the dry and in the wet improved about 1/4 for the better. Wich now makes them quite usable for lightly spirited driving in most but not all scenarios. The biggest suprise was in the winter in the dry during sub zero temperatures. Where the Uniroyals became hardened giant plastic bath plugs the tomkets kept there grip both during cornering and braking. As for snow there actualy what you would expect from a summer tire. There better than driving on rims :D So my best results with them were after getting a bit of heat into them with five or six emergency stops. That should give you about an equal gain in terms of wet and dry braking and cornering grip. Handling in the dry can be decent as long as you use the brakes to transfer the weight of your vehicle around. Wet handling is not very good unless you are on relatively new ish tarmac. So in conclusion i would give them a mid range grade for dinamics and would recomend them for someone who needs a solid summer set that won't wear fast and won't brake the bank ;D Just be careful on OLD and WORN SMOOTH tarmac. Now when is that slalom race .....
Helpful 73 - tire reviewed on June 26, 2019
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Latest Tomket Sport Series 1 Reviews

Given 79% while driving a BMW 325ci M Sport convertible (255/35 R18) on mostly motorways for 3,000 average miles
Update on review I did in January.

The tires grip really well in the dry and wet, however I have only had them on the car for 4 months and already I am down to 3-4mm (even) tread on both. One failed the MOT due to damage from a nail or glass, although it never punctured or leaked.

I think these must have a softer compound than many other cheap tires which although means they have great wet and dry grip, they seem to be wearing really fast and I have only done about 3000 miles. I have not been racing or wheel spinning so will try Imperials when I have to replace these in the next few months.
Helpful 2 - tire reviewed on April 24, 2024
Given 80% while driving a BMW (255/35 R18) on a combination of roads for 1,000 average miles
Had a set of Tomket Sport rear tires installed on my BMW E46 325Ci replacing some Continentals after damaging them due to potholes and I have to say I am really impressed.

Great grip and no issues so far. Too early to say about wear but when I need the fronts replaced I will certainly look to complete the Tomket set and they are around a quarter to a third of the price of the main brands.
Helpful 10 - tire reviewed on January 5, 2024
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Given 83% while driving a Vauxhall Signum 1.9 CDTI (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 5,000 spirited miles
Good grip, wet and dry. Feel fine, no issues.
Helpful 46 - tire reviewed on February 11, 2020