mnmracer wrote:drive with wets on the rear and intermediates on the front?
Legality aside, why would you want to? Mixing substantially different tires front to rear has big potential for throwing balance out the window in a general sense, with regard to wear, keeping heat in tires, etc... as opposed to having them all going at more similar rates.
In dry running it would be sensible though to use a different tire on one corner of the car if its fairly close - not the case anymore these days.
at a pitstop, change only the left tires and leave the right tires (of the same type) on?
Grip is a four letter word.
2 is the new #1.