Absolutely. As long as the sun is out there usually is damn good grip actually (with tire warmers). And it takes enough work to get around a track that I dont really get cold. Just have to keep face shield from fogging up .
Last weekend it was like 50 and windy, and overcast. I best my old personal best by 1.7 seconds that day. The time would have qualified me easily for AMA Daytona Sportbike. There is that much grip
In the STUPID cold (like mid to low 30s) you just have to be aware of that the tires will get worse as the session goes on, but they still grip pretty good. Good enough.
Actually when I am coaching it sucks the worst, because then I am not getting warm. I FREEZE coaching .
Hey, hi, coming out of left field here. But could you explain this? Cold weather gives you better grip?