ALL STARTS WITH CHOOSING THE RIGHT TRACK DAYS TYRES!
Whether you use the track occasionally or intensively, discover the MICHELIN range of tyres for the track
TO IMPROVE THE LIFESPAN OF YOUR TYRES, KEEP A CLOSE EYE ON...
To get the best from your tyres, consider rotating them
• Depending track rotation direction
• Between two track days or in the mid-day of track day
Check the general status of your tyres
• Good wear aspect of the tread pattern, especially shoulders
• Remaining tread depths > 1.6mm
• No damage on the tyres
Never decrease the inflation pressures below standard inflation recommended pressures for road use by the car manufacturer
Start with the tyre pressure recommended by the car manufacturer
HOW TO MANAGE TRACK DAYS TYRE PRESSURE?
Start of track day or after a long break
Always begin with the car manufacturer recommended pressures
Prepare your tyre
2 laps with a gentle flow, then take the next 3 laps «pushing» a little more.
As the tyre warms, the air inside expands leading to increased pressure in the tyre
Adjust pressure of hot tyre
Dry track: come back to inflation pressures recommended by the car manufacturer
Wet track: no change of pressure (could be higher than car manufacturer recommendation)
After a few laps
Small adjustments are possible, depending on various aspects and car balance.
If there is more than one hour between 2 runs, start again from step 1
AFTER YOUR TRACK DAYS
BEFORE LEAVING THE TRACK, TO BE READY FOR THE ROAD AGAIN, DON'T FORGET TO...
Check the tyres wear aspect, tread depths
(at least 1.6mm) and ensure there is no damage
Reset to car manufacturer pressure recommendations
Ensure you return any modifications
made for track usage to their road-biased setting
Switch on any electronic car safety
and assistance systems,
and reset the TPMS*
* TPMS: Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
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