Originally Posted by panther420
I thought mixing compounds like Jack the gripper and Paragon wasn't a good idea?
If the track already has a "Paragon Groove" anything works on top of it. But on the whole, nothing works as well as Paragon. I've actually run other brands at Cleveland after a few rounds to free the car up a bit.
And yes, if you spec a compound it's the same for everyone. Unfortunately, if it the spec dope sucks, then you have a situation where the conditions suck for everyone. Kinda like rubber tire imo.
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