I agree. Reducing grip via spring rate is definitely preferable over beefy anti-sway bar! Some of the guys racing a4 and gti that I've run into are running 800-1100# rear rates with Hoosier a7. The one guy running 1100 was in an a4 wagon and running 650# fronts. He also gave me details of his rear valving and he was actually running on the softer end vs what I expected for 1100#.Love seeing all the trends towards higher rear springrates for the track cars. I jumped in with my suspension setup pretty aggressive (and unproven) so it's nice to see the community as a whole figuring this chassis out
Mini, what's it like with 3.3 camber on the road? My Z with 3.6 can't drive a straight line in paddock without me fighting the wheel, lol. It follows every tiny rut or crack it finds!