Formula 4 1st Driver
- Mar 3, 2020
Thanks buddy. I was testing with accelerated wear and to simulate 35 laps in half time. Yeah, they were quite OK as far as I didn't overheat them.I know I'm not @Yorkie065 but I think I can still give you a pretty good answer to the question.
I think one needs to feel how the car feels as well as look at the laptimes. More often than not it may seem like the tyre wear is bad from the HUD but in reality it doesn't feel all that bad and times are only dropping a little and sometimes not at all. It all depends on what track you're on, which car you're in, what tyre compound you use etc. etc.
If I had to give a general answer for undoubtedly the most popular cars in the game, GT3, I would say it has to be really bad for you to want to change tyres. At least in an either full wet or full dry race. I often find myself not really feeling a big difference until the tyre meter is completely gone. But as I said, it all depends on the situation.
Anyways, that's just my 2 cents from a driver who's actively driven both first and second game since the release of PC1 back in 2015