Originally Posted by 4sevens.com
Of course it feels different than the 245 up front but the extra rubber for braking and cornering outweighs it. I'd say it's not a significant reduction. It's all relative - my co-driver for one lap took it for a spin and had no problems with the "feel" - there was adequate feedback. And it'll never feel the same as a lightweight car light a miata even with stock rubber. Actually the lower profile 30 rubber compared to the 35 also helps. Theres reduced tire squirm and actually makes the car feel more responsive.
Thanks for the feedback. Seems like this car will be even more of a beast when you're done building it for One Lap.