Yes. The long, steep grooves on the outer shoulder of the tyres are designed to direct as much water as possible to the outside via the shortest way and therefore in shortest possible time. The RainSport 3 and RainExpert 3 are designed in such a way that the water can be drained in the direction of the shoulder, to the outside, as well as in direction of the deep circumference grooves. The angle in which they run has no impact on the aquaplaning performance and the driving comfort of the tyre. So it’s completely ok, and doesn’t change anything with the overall performance of the tyre, if the tread pattern seems to have a different orientation on either side of the car.