Tire Manufacturers Issue Guidelines on Setup for Daytona

Tire Manufacturers Issue Guidelines on Setup for Daytona

Toyo recommends “users increase their outside tire inflation pressures by 10 percent and decrease their outside wheel camber angles by 0.5 to 1.0 degree. These changes are intended to better withstand the high-capacity loads associated with Daytona’s unique track characteristics. We also would like to remind users to confirm that their inflation pressures are set high enough to safely support the load of their vehicles under racing conditions, especially with consideration for speed, downforce, banking, and other motorsports track and driving situations (aggressive driving, driving over apex curbs, etc.).”
Hoosier says, “The right side hot pressure must be elevated by 10 percent over the hot racing pressure used on a standard road course configuration. This number should be rounded up to the nearest 1 psi. Example if 36 psi is the target pressure on a road course (36 x 0.10 = 3.6 4 psi increase), 40 psi is the minimum hot

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