I am assuming you ran at TQ Hobbies on Friday, correct? If so, I can give some suggestions because I am familiar with the surface and layout. The track has tons of traction and is very abrasive.
Make sure you are running 0 kickup and 3 degrees of caster.
Try standing up rear shocks (make sure you are in outer hole in arm) and close some pistons.
Run antisquat in rear
Move front shocks to position #2 (middle) and open some pistons.
You should end up running baby blue and/or blue springs or some combination of them.
When you can, try a few of these suggestions and it should help at that track.