I'm back from racing tonight aand tried the popular rayspeed reds and whites for the first time. They worked very well. Helped by a nicely swept track which meant everyone had plenty grip. The top guys all managed atleast one good run and it was pretty close. I had a good run with practicly no real mistakes and at the time it put me second on the grid. Then in the last run I had to change tyres, as I was on borrowed narrows
I put my bald narrows on and didn't like the change, the rear end was too twichty. Two others improved though and put me down to 4th, but there wasn't much in it. Went to wides for the final, which were smoother, although not quite as stable as the borrowed set.
Had a couple door banging's with 2nd to 5th placed cars at the start of the race then settled into 3rd for the rest of the race. With minor changes the car will be good on wides and I've got new narrows coming soon
The rayspeed reds and whites really work well for overall balance of the car
Used my Fuku's in the final, no drop off during a race is great, discharged them at 20amps after the race, they still had around 1950mAh in them
I could easily run two races with them.
Next week I'll be a touch faster if I actually bother to clean my motor before I go racing