>It's just a hypothesis. If true, my next thought would be that the best
>of both worlds might be unidirectional, side-specific tires where the
>outside wall is stiff but the inside wall is fairly pliable.
>But I guess if we're talking small production, autocross specific tires,
>manufacturers could just produce tires with an outer diameter that's
>larger than the inner, this giving artificial negative camber far
>surpassing factory alignment ability... which would be totally legal in
>the stock classes.
I think you have this backwards. T/A R1 tires had stiffer inner sidewalls
than outer, and they were very tolerant of "too-positive" camber.
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