Originally posted by Intelligentsia
What time do the races begin at Reedy?
oh don't YOU start on this...!!!
As for positive camber VS negative camber...
It depends on who's doing the quoting. Some say +ve is when the wheels lean *in* at the top, but others call that -ve also.
When your car goes around a corner, the chassis rolls towards the outside of the corner. To get the best grip from your tyres, you want them squarely planted perpendicular to the road when the car is cornering.
This is what camber compensates for, otherwise the outside edge of your tyres will get all the work and reduce your grip.