Originally Posted by Stephen12ZL1
all of the autocross gurus there said to run slightly higher pressure to compensate for the low heat in the tires and to keep the tires from "rolling over" on the tight turns. They recommended 36psi to start and adjust from there.
I am really confused so maybe one of the "guru's" can clear this up? If by decreasing the pressure won't you get "more heat" into the tire carcass? Increased pressure will induce more sliding won't it? I have never done autocross, just spectated at the events which looks like so much fun! I have participated in track days before. Not yet with my ZL1.