What happens when you mix a wet tyre & a dry track…

Check out the destruction inflicted on the wet tyres during the drying 2015 British GP!

Comments

fabio tiburzi says:

Compleatly gone

ひろき says:

ヌルヌルで絶対グリップしないよな

Chad Woodard says:

That chicken strip though….. lol

PanEuropean Ian says:

What did Zarco have on?

TheHypnotstCollector says:

very ca-ca

Alex Schaefer says:

Pssssh look at Rabats tire. I see chicken strips!

Nemo Nobody says:

you spelled tire wrong

Sam Larkins says:

Lol just saw this 😛 Unreal congrats to Zarco on the smooth win!

Wayne Reuter says:

but why?

Berend H. says:

But hey, they still last longer than a Pirelli F1 tyre!

tastyhamsandwhich says:

Kudos that he could still ride the bike with a melted tyre.

Nik Muhamad Taufiq Nik Mohd Zarami says:

what happen when we use wet tire on dry tire?it is difficult.

younes aboulfadl says:

without rain

Sivia Unfa says:

udahan byum sich

Ptrck Caresosa says:

does the friction lesser with that tire on a dry track?

Samurai H says:

A very well cooked tire Hats off for these brave men

Mundane 92 says:

Gotta love them rain tyres haha

Kevin Kelly says:

To be fair it was the British GP, the fact that the track was dry is nothing short of a miracle!

papu papu says:

on a 1998 honda vfr 800 cc sport touring,on tires what did you guy recommend use the weather 4 months rain,and hot weather advise please thanks

Matías Dumon says:

damn

Fred Dietz says:

Styrene and butadiene are what goes into making synthetic rubber for tire compounds. These compounds can be manufactured to give tires a degree of water absorbability. Natural rubber cannot–it resists water absorption.

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