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Old 09-06-2020, 11:06 PM   #57
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For me, "as an instructor" (nyuk), I strongly prefer my students to be on track-appropriate tires.
beginners can have mistakes covered up on tires that are too sticky. Harder tires donít need to be crappy tires.
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beginners can have mistakes covered up on tires that are too sticky. Harder tires donít need to be crappy tires.
But frequently they are... In particular the OEM Primacies are known to be unforgiving at the limit. For me, Hankook RS4s are a *great* tire for newbs to bring to the track. Fun and forgiving tires to drive on.
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