Originally Posted by Gearhead999s
I have been hired for testing in the past because of my feedback and ability to turn extremly consistant laps so I know I have the ability to discern what works in a track situation.
The fact that you cannot argue is that on this particular situation is that both the timer and SOP confirmed that the firmer setting was better ifor my needs!
You said you were still learning the track. How can you seperate car setup from driver change under those conditions? Its normal to drop time as you learn a track even if nothing else changes. If you drove 3s faster but the car was 1s slower you wouldn't know based on timer alone.
I have run the 888s on two different E46s and an Elise. The Elise comunity uses them for street tires to replace the stock 048lts
 The 255 on the 8.5" would be pinched quite a bit which would hurt response.