obwohl bridgestone sowohl in der f1welt als auch der motogp welt aktiv ist, geben sie leider nur einen vergleich ihrer vierradrennreifen:
Bridgestone supports many different racing activities around the world, on both two wheels and four. But in the world of motorsport, the type of tyres used varies according to the race category. For instance, the tyres used in Formula One, the pinnacle of world motorsport, differ quite substantially from those used in IndyCars. Not only do they vary in size and whether they are grooved or slick, but their compounds and structures are also totally different. An example from IndyCars is that because the regulations ban tyre warmers, it is necessary to have compounds that generate heat easily. For this reason, IndyCar tyres require different raw materials, mixtures and designs from those used in Formula One. On the other hand, there is one feature which is common to all Bridgestone racing tyres whatever the category, and that is "minimum degradation of performance from the beginning to the end". The stable performance characteristics of all Bridgestone tyres for every kind of racing allow the teams and drivers a wider choice of racing strategy. We believe that this represents a major advantage not only in racing categories that are restricted to one make of tyre, but also where competition is fierce between rival tyre makes.
genaue daten aller vier reifen: http://www.bridgestone.co.jp/english/f12004/tire.html