Nitrogen. nitrogen is also used in air craft tires and most shops can change your car over to nitrogen for a fee. i had my 1994 Tahoe changed to nitrogen and i noticed a difference in cornering , it felt like the side wall of the tire wasn't rolling over as much. nitrogen is more stable and denser than air so your tire pressure wont fluctuate as much as with just air.
Air is used to inflated car tyres but cars can be equipped with nitrogeon inflated tyres but this is usually only beneficial to race cars
Gas has compression propety in it which makes it suitable for car tyres. When there is pressure on tyres while riding then tyres can shape themselves according to the roads when there is gas in it. And dude you have spelled tyres incorrectely
nitrogeon is used to inflate race car tyres due to the consistent tyre pressure throughout different tempertures.
The tyres of the race car rubs against the road causing friction and the road gets positively charged and the tyres get negatively charged so the electrons move faster on the tyres alowing the car to mo e fast
F1 tyres are filled with Nitrogen since it is a more stable gas than air
Air is normally used to inflate car tyres, sometimes just nitrogen is used.
It is nitrogen.
how does friction help car tyres?
The 'shakedown' run is the test period before the actual race. From this the team can analyse the car against the track. They will know which tyres to use, which shocks, they can deduct whether or not the car is fit for the race and what adjustments they need to make if necessary.
because if the tyres are of metal the will slip
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Air is pumped into car tyres to cushion the wheel from the road surface. Initially, car tyres were solid rubber and relied on leaf springs to soften the jolting from the road. The first practical pneumatic tyre was made in 1888, in Belfast, by the Scot, John Boyd Dunlop.