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Drove past this yesterday on the way back from Southern Suburbs....huge traffic back logs with all the rubbernecking. Very wet road will cause that with these cars...
Why are the tyres mangled both front and rear?
Is this maybe a case of lack of maintenance because someone couldn’t afford to put on new rubber and hence running around on near slicks?
The stock tires are already terrible for normal roads, especially in the cold and then wet without proper warm up.
You are offered training with just about any sportier car.
Most are too cool to ever take it up, because they are excellent drivers right out of the box don’t you know.
Those wide tires do aquaplane better than a jetski though. Not fun to drive cars like that in heavy rain and traffic.
Nonsense. The width has nothing to do with it.
The type of compound is far more important and likely likely leaning way too hard to the sporty/track side and therefore has major warm up issues in normal driving conditions.
Otherwise trucks would be aquaplaning all over the place all the time.