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Old 13 Sep 2017, 18:02 (Ref:3766599)   #1
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Wet Tyres?

Question for those of you racing in non FIA classic/historic series on MSA 1a-c tyres, do you have an additional set of wet tyres or do you just use a tyre that is a good compromise in both wet and dry?
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Question for those of you racing in non FIA classic/historic series on MSA 1a-c tyres, do you have an additional set of wet tyres or do you just use a tyre that is a good compromise in both wet and dry?
Avon ZZ sport,or what ever the softer version is called now.Absolutely brilliant in the wet and dry,although they are slightly better suited to wet conditions.
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We run in CSCC Future Classics - mandated to use List 1A, 1B or 1C tyres. Usual use is Yokohama A048 - but they were less than ideal at Croft when it got pretty wet. Last weekend at Donington we had a set of Avon Turbospeeds to use and they were much better in very wet conditions.
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