Negative camber is your friend....so I thought.
Tuning almost exclusively Ferrari I got into a bad habit of -.1 front and +.1 rear. Why? because generally it worked.
Maxing out my affinity for Ferrari has had me move on to another maker. A long time interest in Porsche.
I picked up the Carrera GT and started to tune what was slowly turning into a nightmare.
After an hour of frustration of driving a seemingly psychotic, unpredictable beast, I started maxing/minimizes values out of sheer desperation. Eventually, I started reversing specs. This led to the positive camber of the front wheels. Surely this beast would not corner...so I thought.
Going positive camber on both the front and rear wheels not only stabilized the car, it planted it to the ground. Since then I have ironed out the rest of the suspension. Sometimes I forget if TCS is on or not, it handles that well. It rivals my Italia 458, putting in similar track times. Even though the 458 is 499 lbs lighter. The Carrera is truely a work of art...once you can tame her.
Build/Tune is on SF