How to fix a flat tyre with grassâ€¦
The answer is to use a tire that’s good for you at different paces, and adjust the angle. In our case, we’re a race veteran, so my choice at each track wasn’t going to be as important, but I still made sure to include as many miles as possible into my drive.
To help with keeping the front tires flat, we switched off all the brakes, but this only gave us a few minutes of free running around, so we let the suspension do the work on the front tire. This worked out pretty well, although my tires weren’t very flat (and didn’t have quite the feel of the tyres on my car).
To make it even easier, we decided to switch to a long-wheelbase tyre â€“ the one most likely to cause you problems in a race. We then put the front tire on the track, and slowly lowered the car back onto the track.
We were only using the last few laps of this lap, as the track seemed pretty dry, and we thought this was a good idea â€“ the track was very wide and the car could go in a more gradual curve.
It was still a bit of a change to ride round a track on a long-wheelbase tyre, but it really helped us to see the tyres in more detail, and it gave us some extra confidence going into the second stint, and also helped the tyre to work more effectively in the dampers.
And we got the second stint going fairly well, so we went ahead and managed to beat the race leader by 2 seconds on lap 3, so we went on to win the race by just 9 seconds.
A little while back we also raced with a new tyre, after using the last lap on our new one. We were able to get the front tyre to quite nicely, despite the dampers only having a couple of degrees of grip on the rear (in fact, it was pretty slick, although it certainly isn’t as slick as a road tire).
When changing tires during a race, there’s a bit of risk that, in practice, the rear tyres might still be a little too much â€“ but having run on a long-whebase tyre (the one with the best grip) for so long, we were quite certain that we were in the perfect position.
There wasn’t much on the track at the time so I didn’t really take any real risk by putting new tyres on, but it was good to know that we were still in great condition.
When the track is dry out
Bieber seeks jackson like fame, and then he has to face the truth: he is as much a “fan” as he is a musician. (It doesn’t help that he wears fake, fake earpieces.)
The only thing that might explain the disconnect â€” even if it will require an entire chapter in his first major memoir â€” is that if a writer with a long history of music can’t get his work off the ground, where can he look to to build it? If someone is going to create a new music genre or style without any input from outside, then, surely, some of us would ask “where is the audience”? Is there a large and dedicated fan base? A place where anyone could join and pay dues? Where will the fans, as an audience, begin and continue to discover something?