Well, tomorrow myself and Chris05STi are going to a track day at POCONO,Pa. RAIN OR SHINE, they all said today...How do you think the tires will hold up in this supposed HEAVY HEAVY RAIN???
LightWerkz said:Did you pay already?
I wouldnt go man..unless I had paid.
Nah I'm ok...better is good, I wanna learn what the car does in all conditions and this is definitely a good way, but I can't wait till the fun in the snow...:naughty:triple_s1x said:Put it this way unless you completly suck at driving, driving in the rain a few times will make you alot smoother.
Fixed! :lol:evilSTi7 said:driving in the rain is good. you'll learn about the handling of your car muuuuch better than you would in the dry. The re070's aren't bad in the ran, just make sure you don't drive like CHRIS. have fun!
:yeahthat: Standing water is the real enemy, and the more your RE070's are worn the more of an enemy it will be. As a 70's Datsun 240Z owner's manual famously said, "Beware deep puddles, for therein resides the Skid Demon"! :evilbananORSTi said:Living where the tarmac is wet most of the time in winter, I'm very impressed with the stockers. Their major drawback is standing water (puddles). When you hit standing water, it will really pull the wheel to that side. As a rule of thumb, if I can see the texture of the tarmc, I'm OK. It may take a few laps to learn where puddles are.