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I saw the other thread, so I thought it would be interesting to know the times when the track is wet. I would break it up into 2 categories:

1) Wet track (track is wet but the rain has stopped)

2) Raining on track (means it is still pouring rain)

 

Also indicate OFFICIAL if the time is verified .e.g during a race.

And if you are using a wet weather tyre, pls indicate so.

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Hey, don't mind me asking this general question because all my track visits usually are when it's dry.

 

Would a proper set of all-condition tyres (road/track) with some amount of tread be able to tackle wet track conditions? I keep on giving track sessions a miss when it rains :sian:

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Originally posted by redbeacon@February 20, 2007 08:11 pm

Hey, don't mind me asking this general question because all my track visits usually are when it's dry.

 

Would a proper set of all-condition tyres (road/track) with some amount of tread be able to tackle wet track conditions? I keep on giving track sessions a miss when it rains :sian:

Depends on the compound... Assuming track tyres lilke Metzeler M3 and upwards, they should be alright to give you decent fun. Just keep the riding smooth.

 

Nothing wrong with giving rainy days a miss... Imagine getting all wet from the ride there before you even get started on the circuit. If you are however already at the circuit and it starts pouring, why waste the trip up? Have fun exploring.... :offtopic:

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