Although Pirelli has received positive feedback about how its tyres have performed in its return season...
Jersey Tom wrote:Although Pirelli has received positive feedback about how its tyres have performed in its return season...
In any event, if they're making a mold shape change.. more power to them. I'm sure the more they learn this season they'll have noticeably better products in 2012.
MIKEY_! wrote:I'd like to see a tire range that doesn't wear and create marbles but degrades and chemically changes so it looses grip like normal.
MIKEY_! wrote:Possibly also being more flat spot resistant so the driver's don't have to tiptoe around the track as much
MIKEY_! wrote:Sorry didn't explain myself well there.
Saying normal as in these proposed tires of mine run out of grip at about the same rate as those in use now.
Yes don't lock up is part of the required skill set. I just think the current tires are too easy to flat spot. A more resistant tire should be able to lock a bit more without flat spotting or at least without flat spotting quite as badly. This might allow the drivers to be a little more aggressive and create some more passing opportunities.
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