Hi guys, I'm here to explain you how PIRELLI by ITM works:

Then, in general this is the rule -> low number more grip and high number few grip.....BUT.....low number more tyre's consumption and high number low tyre's consumption

**FRONT TYRES**:

Optimal temperature for front tyres: 90°C

Optimal pressure for front tyres: 2.35bar

SC1 - very good grip and good timelap

SC2 - good grip and few tenths of second slow

**REAR TYRES**:

Optimal temperature for rear tyres: 95°C

Optimal pressure for rear tyres: 1.80bar

SC0 - very good grip and good timelap but...I don't know if you can arrive to finish with that timelap

SC1 - good grip and good timelap but...if you ride good and you can preserve the tyre you can arrive to finish with tyre in good state

SC2 - less grip compared SC1 and timelap higher compared SC1 (few tenths of second)...but you arrive at finish with tyre in good state

SuperPole - this tyre garantees 100% grip BUT only for 1 lap (maybe 2 lap if the track is shortly)

You can recognize the tyres by the lines:

SC0 -> double white

SC1 -> one white and one blue

SC2 -> one white and one green

SuperPole -> 4 lines yellow

...as in picture