I like them pretty well. They seem to stick reasonably well for an all season tire, but once they break loose, it seems hard to get them stuck back down. I'll probably go with something else when these are done, but I'm not running out for replacements.
Autocross - I was running mine at 50psi. The front end push was really bad, but it allowed me to step the back end out when needed. I think next time I'll set the front at 45 and run the rear at 50. Sonny is right , way too much pressure for road driving, but it's just what you want for a 1 minute autocross run. most road racing runs higher pressure than normal, while drag racing often runs lower. on the 1/4 mile, you want the sidewalls to flex and put the power down. On the twisties, you want the sidewalls stiff to minimize lateral movement. Hard to make one tire effective at both
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