Hi, I wonder how the track day junies manage the tyres to get the most out of them. I'm in VIC, so will take PI and Broadford as example. I do a lot more Broadford ride days (right hand heavy) and few PI (left hand). About 5-10 broadies to 1 PI. For example, I currently have a set (track-only) that did 1 PI and 2 Broadford track days. Obviously, it's worn a lot more on the right. It'll do another Broadford or maybe two, but I don't like to push it too far. So normally, I would do another Broadford and discard the set (with still pretty good left side). But this time I decided to remove the current set and keep it until I'll do PI. It'll be perfect for PI as the left side is still very good and right will also work well there. So I've put a new set on for another 2 Broadfords and when I'll need to go to PI, I'll use the old set. Does that sound reasonable? What are your strategies for maximising the tyre life (without doing any weird stuff)? I know many people flip the tyres, but I don't want to as Pirelli does not recommend that (on Supercorsa SCs).