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Left front tire get pretty bad on this track, thats pretty much what ever car you drive here. My stock Porsche GT4 was totaly understeery car and the left front got destroyed after little while. Alfa is not a understeery car but it porkey and it also did wear down left front prettey fast. In the same way my M4 GTS as well did wear out the fronts very fast. Still that car had -2 negative camber all wheels when set low to track setting.
I usally rotate wheels from left to right side to get in a few more laps, did that in GT4 and M4 GTS. Have not looked If it ok to to rotate Alfa wheels as well but I will check.
 

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It was all ok to switch side, left to right and right wheel to left (front and rear) to get more out off the tires. Tire monitor who check pressure and the sensors usally freek out when you do it. But not on the Alfa, sensors was all ok. In Porsche GT4 the senors freek out but after a while they adjust. I like the alfa tire pressure display and how it works, easy god read out.
 
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