Guys, last year I did some slaloms here in Germany with my MRS3 Trophy, at first with my daily UHP -tires Michelin Pilot Sport S4, was better than expected, was the quickiest sedan after the lightweight Elises a.s.o. even with these tires... This year, I want to be prepared a bit better, thinking about using semis. With slalom, the problem is to get the tire warm as quick as possible and I would ask if anybody has some experiences what you would recommend. I would use 225/40 R18 cause they are much cheaper than 19" and at least theoretically, a tiny bit lower than 19. I would use Autec wheels, they are very lightweight and cheap and the rim offset ist 45 mm and gives a bit more track wide. I use KW coilovers with adjustable top mounts set up with 2,1° camber. I thought about using Michelin Cup2, Toyo or Yokohama, but would listen to your advices. The tires shouldn´t be suitable at least not only exclusivly for track days, but as told for Slalom to heat up relativly quick without collapsing if I would do an Trackday as well. Thanks for your advices !