|08-08-2008 09:47 PM|
|FocusVet||ok, so it's like a road rally with 20% gravel road. Also have rallycross availible all SCCA affiliated.|
|08-08-2008 09:24 AM|
|kylesvt720||No roll cage, I go to watch, adn driver hard in between stages!|
|08-07-2008 11:44 PM|
|08-07-2008 06:45 PM|
|MSC||www.rallyspecfocus.com Try this site.|
|08-07-2008 05:30 PM|
First, let me say that I know enough about Rally driving to be dangerous.
So, I am NOT an expert and I defer to any and all with more experience.
That said, I do have some friends here in the DC area that Rally and Rally-cross pretty regularly.
Because of the expense, a lot of them are using the Hankook R201, 202, and 203 series tires.
If I remember correctly, each series can be had for about $125-$150 each depending on size.
I have no idea if they are even remotely competitive, but they seem to be the tire of choice in this area.
Just throwing that out for consideration.
|08-07-2008 05:01 PM|
|mlbbaseball||kylesvt720, what kind of cage do you have?? I have been looking for a while and still haven't been able to get the right one!!|
|08-07-2008 02:25 PM|
|kylesvt720||I would try to see if you can find some used snow tires, I run bridgestone blizzaks in the winter, and they work well on back roads. Also mlbbaseball, I go to the LSPR every year, look for a yellow EAP SVT this year! I'll be there, chasing all my friends in Audis...|
|08-07-2008 10:35 AM|
|08-07-2008 01:57 AM|
Well, if there's a lot of tarmac and it is dry these are the tires you are looking for... http://www.subesports.com/products/c...ly/prodID/1556
If you want more agressive tires, mostly for dirt roads...http://www.subesports.com/products/c...ly/prodID/1974
Hope they help. These are like the best amateur tires you will find and the price is awesome.
|08-07-2008 01:21 AM|
|mlbbaseball||I've been wondering this too!!! I want to do the LSPR this year|
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