The race of the century has arrived and the rubber gloves of the grandstand have gone.
It’s time to get dirty.
But not for long.
After all, the rubber on the back of a car is more than just rubber.
There’s rubber in the wheel and the tyre and the wheel itself is made of rubber.
For the next couple of years the rules governing rubber on race track will evolve.
A lot of it will be new.
The rules are going to change, and in many ways the rules are changing already.
But the question is, will the rules evolve to the point that the rubber itself has become less important, less important than the car on the ground?
I don’t think so.
And, as the rubber age continues, so will the debate around the issue.
There are many people who feel that the old rubber on a track is no longer enough.
There is a growing awareness that the tyre is not as important as the car and the tyres are going out of style.
And that is not just a concern for drivers and the race stewards.
It is an issue for everyone.
What do you think?
Are rubber gloves still important?
Or are they just a fashion accessory?
I think we need to look at the bigger picture and ask what the sport really needs to do to ensure it is not only the sport but the society we want to be in.
What is the rubber?
What does it make?
Why do we need rubber?
I understand the importance of rubber, of course, but it is important to know what it is.
I have heard a lot about rubber over the years and it is certainly an important part of racing.
But there is also a lot of talk about the tyres and their value, too.
So how do we define rubber?
Is it just rubber?
Does it make a car?
Is a tyre the same as a car tyre?
Does rubber matter?
What is rubber all about?
The rubber on wheels is what makes a car go.
The rubber on tyres is what holds a car together.
Is rubber worth more than the value of a wheel?
I’m sure you are aware that tyres are used in a multitude of ways.
They are used for traction, they are used to control the flow of air, they serve as brakes, they can be used for aerodynamic purposes, they make roads more enjoyable and, of most importance, they have a major effect on the environment.
It goes without saying that they are also the major reason why our tyres get wet and why we have tyre wear.
Rubber is not the only part of the wheel.
Other materials like carbon fibre and Kevlar are also used on wheels.
Is rubber the most important part?
The answer is probably not.
So how do tyres work?
They are made up of a number of small sheets of plastic called ‘spars’.
When the tyres get punctured, they roll.
But that doesn’t stop them rolling.
It just means that there is less friction on the road.
There has to be some way of stopping the tyre from rolling.
The answer comes in two forms.
The first is called a ‘tire seal’.
This is a rubber layer which helps to stop the tyre rolling when it is punctured.
It also helps to prevent it rolling during braking.
And finally, the second type of tyre seal is called an ‘overwear seal’.
It stops the tyre sealing the surface of the track when it gets punctured and the air gets trapped in the tyre.
How does this all relate to rubber?
The rubber that is used on the wheels is made up primarily of carbon fibre, Kevlar and Kevlent.
This is why we all know them as tyres.
Carbon fibre is not used on tyres because it is too heavy.
Kevlar is also not used because it can cause friction.
But it is still used on wheel spokes, to hold the spokes together.
Kevlents are very light but they are still made of carbon.
This means that the carbon fibres have an effect on how fast the wheel spins.
As a result, the spin of the tyre on the outside of the rim is reduced.
What do the tyres do?
The tyres do three things: They protect the tyre, they stop the wheel from rolling and they help the wheel spin.
Where do they come from?
Carbon fibres are found in a variety of places around the world.
They come from trees, they come off roads, they may even come from the inside of the car itself.
The biggest source of carbon fibre on our roads comes from the rubber found in the tyres.
In the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand the most commonly found carbon fibre is from the tyres, but the rest of the world produces their carbon fibre from other sources.
But how does it get from the tyre to the wheel?
Carbon fibre can be made from the same plant that makes rubber and then