But there is no index for converting street tire times into race tire
times... So when you want to see how you did against 120 entries using the
pax, you'll be really high on the list (high as in not good).
on the positive side - -you'll get used to the limits of your car on the
tires you drive everyday, and you'll spend a lot less on rubber
----Original Message Follows----
From: Pat Kelly <email@example.com>
To: Rob Weinstock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Street Tire Class
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2000 19:59:42 -0700
It is indexed, just like PAX, but everyone has to use 120 wear rated
tires or higher. My youngest daughter Maggy runs on 400 wear rated
tires. :-) They have lasted forever. Some regions split their street
tires in different ways. One uses 2 splits: RWD, FWD, and now, maybe,
will start an AWD class. Others do it by cylinders, 4, 6, & 8, and maybe
more? :-) Right now, one class has worked for us, but who knows about
Rob Weinstock wrote:
> Street Tire. OK. I looked it up, and it looks like you compete based on a
> PAX index.
> So, does Street Tire = PAX, or is the index adjusted for the fact that
> you're on non-R tires?
> If I wished to entertain delusions about going to Nationals next year,
> there any consequences to running this class that I should consider?
> And what is the designation? CS-ST?
> Thanks for listening,
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