That pickup means that the tires are working.
I'm like Bill, I don't remove anything...well except the big chunks. With
slicks it's almost a wasted effort to remove anything because by the time
you drive through the paddock back to the pre-grid all the junk is back on
All the best
#38 F Production Spitfire Mk4 Oregon Region SCCA
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of John Price
Sent: 18 April 2004 08:44
To: Friends of Triumph
Subject: Track pick-up
I am having a serious problem with track pick-up. When I come in from a
session I have a great deal of rubber bits sort of welded to the tire tread.
It is extremely difficult to remove, especially if I let the tires cool off.
No, it is not reverted rubber from the tires themselves. Could this be a
tire-pressure or camber related problem? I am running Kuhmo 205-50 x15s with
30psi in the front and 28psi in the back. I had the same problem with my
Yokahame A-008s, so I don't think it's the tires.