I would check with some of your local racers. But around here the Hoosiers rule. The Hoosiers also hold air way better than the M/T's.Well, I would bet it gets a lot hotter here in SouthEast NC than in Indiana, so if they work better on hot greasy tracks, that may be something I want to look into.
I ran a DR for a couple of years. Although I could cut some decent 60's with them they were very track dependent. I learned a bias ply is much better for a stick car. The QTP's will always 60 decent to awesome depending on track conditions.Yeah, I didn't really offer enough explanation in my first post, I guess.
I ran the Hoosier Drag Radials last year and loved them, and it's time to get another set for the track. So I was wondering if I should continue to run the Hoosiers, or was there a benefit to running a bias ply type tire. I do have to run a street tire, but it doesn't have to be a radial. Sorry if that wasn't clear.
From talking to you guys and a few other people "in the know", it seems that the QTP's would be a better choice for me car overall.