Racing is an incredibly tense sport. It may not take a toll on you because you are always sitting but the car will definitely be affected. With all sports there are different types of sport equipment that could be used. For racing, tyres would be considered important.
Racing tyres always have a low profile. The lower the profile the faster and more stable the car will be able to move. During rainy weather conditions you might want to get a tyre with a small form of tread; provided there is some friction to keep it firmly on the track. The more water there is on the road the higher chances the car will skid.
In hot conditions a normal performance tyre will work well. The less tread the better. The only problem with extremely hot conditions is that with increasing heat the tyres could burst causing you to spin out.
It would be wise to not use all-seasons tyres for all types of races. Rather use the tyres that are specifically designed for each weather condition installed on your car before the race. When you have all-seasons tyres you don’t have a proper grip or you could have too little grip.
When deciding on performance wheels you have to look at where you may be driving. If it’s not inside an arena and just to show off to people on a normal road, the tread-less tyres are an absolute no. Normal roads are not designed for smooth rubber because of rain, snow and any other extreme weather conditions. Rather stick to the normal low profiles with the necessary tread depth.
There are three main types of tyres for racing conditions that you’ll find at a tyre supplier. Slick tyres have the most rubber in contact with the tar as they are the ones without treads. Rain tyres have an arrow-like tread pattern to guide the water away. Dry Asphalt tyres are perfect for the hot seasons with their slight tread as this can allow a small amount of cool air to pass through.
Tyres are made specifically for the different forces and weather conditions and they are designed to endure particular conditions. Make sure that you use the correct type for any driving circumstance whether it’s for racing or for normal day to day driving. Keep in mind that they need to be checked often whenever you have completed a tense driving session such as racing.