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    Tires going cold

    What adjustments would I make for tires not heating up or ggoing cold during race.

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    Need more input!

    What car/track combination, what tyres, what weather conditions?
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    It doesnt seem to matter car or track. P1, p1 2016, p2, p3, gte, gt3, gt4. Always in the dry. If it's hot out, tires cool down from race start hot temp, level out around 120-140. If night, or any time of day in spring/fall. 2 laps in and tires are all the way in the blue, and car becomes a handful. Pressures stay dead on.

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