A very common mistake is to enter the track with new tyres and immediately start accelerating. By doing so, however, the tread is excessively damaged very quickly and will no longer be able to provide the expected peak of performance; this is why, first of all, tyres must always be run in. The most correct running-in procedure consists in a slow lap, followed by three laps during which you continue to 'accelerate' until you are going faster. When you see that the lap time starts to rise, you do two more laps slowly and then you go back to the pits, letting the tyres cool”.
If you always race on a track with most bends to the right (or left), a good idea is to switch the tyres after each lap: those mounted on the left are put back on the right and vice versa. This procedure does not involve any type of problem in terms of performance (at least as regards Vega tyres ...). The idea is to uniform both the consumption and vulcanization of the tyres. This also reduces rolling.).
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