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    Slick tyres

    Be able to choose non slick tyres would be great.

    Control will be more difficult and you could drift.

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    Can you explain more as your post is very vague.
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    My guess is that PC only uses slick or semi-slick tyres for cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gp20 View Post
    My guess is that PC only uses slick or semi-slick tyres for cars.
    That's wrong. Road cars do have regular road tires and most of them also have alternative track day tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bealdor View Post
    That's wrong. Road cars do have regular road tires and most of them also have alternative track day tires.
    Maybe he wants to choose non slick tyres for example a formula 1 car, that isnt possible right? I am not sure atm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToDaYiSmYdAY View Post
    Maybe he wants to choose non slick tyres for a formula 1 car, that isnt possible right? I am not sure atm.
    That's not possible, correct. But he wasn't talking about specific cars as far as I understood.
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    road cars dont even have slicks available, even the track (best performance) tires are modeled on street legal tires from what i gather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bealdor View Post
    That's not possible, correct. But he wasn't talking about specific cars as far as I understood.
    Yeah he did not talk about specific cars, I just tried to interpret his post because non slick tyres for road cars are available Lets wait for his answer, maybe he can specify his post :P
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    Yep, i was talking about non slick tyres for GT, tourism, road...Not formula.
    I don't think you really can drive a formula without slicks.

    They seems to use slicks because they can't drift and tyres make almost no noise.(for the clio cup)

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    clio cup isnt a road car, so it probably doesnt have non slick tires but im not sure.

    road cars dont even have slick tires afaik. just 3 grades of street tires.
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