This is a question for a track car, my S2000. A couple years ago I changed to Koni Yellow shocks and S2000 CR springs, I'm also maxed out on negative camber in the front (-2.1), and I run Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R tires (which are insanely grippy). These changes allowed me to lap noticeably faster and lean on the car much harder in turns (I corner at 1.5-1.6g). Consequently I'm still wearing the outside edge of my front tires more than I'd like. I thought if I stiffen the front suspension so the wheel doesn't travel as far up the suspension arc I can keep a better contact patch, corner faster, while wearing my tires a little more slowly/evenly since the load is distributed on a bigger contact patch. My first thought was stiffer springs but I'm not sure what increment to increase by and, depending on the change, could require me to re-valve my shocks. Also a more invasive install. My second thought was a stiffer sway bar to keep roll (the travel of the suspension arc) in check. I've read conflicting opinions that sway bars can increase or decrease grip. I have a bar in mind that I don't think will be too stiff and my thought is increasing the contact patch will at least cancel out any negative effect of the bar. Anyone track their car and have experience with this? It would be nice to corner faster but my main concern is getting a bit more life out of the tires and at least not losing anything. Thanks! PS Why don't we have a suspension forum?