Pick up is a fact of life..and at the end of the race -in lap -you will not push so the tyre will not be able to get rid of the pick up- i´d say.The inside is cleaner ,right? I fail to see if the inside of the tyre shows very slight pickup or it is the surface of the tyre that is ripped..maybe you give feedback if the small things can be peeled off.
I havent tried to peel it when they were warm. I will try it if it happens again in the next race...
the first tyre maybe is cold but shows quite a bit of deep routing and to me its a tyre that has seen it all and has seen -too much sliding-
but surely it would help to know what the tyres did (how many laps,heat cycles etc),if it´s front or rear
So maybe you ask your driver to try and be a bit more relaxed and not try harder when he feels the tyre is giving up on him. Reduce sliding the car ...if it´s not simply a out of balance issue... key is having the fronts and rears in the same temperature while having a good balance .
They were used in qualifying in two stints, circa 4 rounds each. Im quite certain those are front tyres. I fully agree with that, the drive might be too agressive with cold tires, therefore the grain. The driver complained about overall lack of grip and thats why I wanted to make sure with you that tyres were grained.
The second picture could also hint a little bit at a excessive toe issue more than a camber thing? But then your wear rate seems very low -when after the race the threaddept is still this much .....not enough info really yet.
i dont understand why a toe (in/out?) problem. could you please explain that? To be honest i think that those are rear tyres that do last much longer (front wheel driven car).
Thanks a lot!!