Best tire for very dry slick track,,,,

What are the suggestions for best tire/ prep for a very dry slick track? Open tire rule. Race daytime and see significant track changes. Thanks in advance
 
Yellow vegas are usually good in the slick. Daytime racing usually is rubbered up or prep line laid down. Have you run the place before to confirm its slick?
 

OVALTECH1

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If those are your track conditions ? I’m voting yellow vega’s and black sand through the week and rough cut diamond at the track as a PRW
 
Yellow vegas are usually good in the slick. Daytime racing usually is rubbered up or prep line laid down. Have you run the place before to confirm its slick?
Track is the ultimate dry slick, not rubbered down. Have run there a few times. Club owner keeps conditions tough by design to create more emphasis on set up and driver and a less on tires. Internal prep yellow vegas?
 

jaymancds

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Track is the ultimate dry slick, not rubbered down. Have run there a few times. Club owner keeps conditions tough by design to create more emphasis on set up and driver and a less on tires. Internal prep yellow vegas?
Or to save money on water?
 
What are the suggestions for best tire/ prep for a very dry slick track? Open tire rule. Race daytime and see significant track changes. Thanks in advance
Already responded to your PM, but here's for everyone else following the thread:

Vega thick right sides cut and contoured.
2 ounces Pink Panther internal in the rights, 1 ounce in the lefts.
Monster Bite on the outside to get the duro where you want it, followed by Black Bite 2.0 early in the week for the amount of bite you want (more coats = more bite.)
This program has been well proven for a few years now with wins across the country on low/no bite tracks.

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