The position of the moment center is critical to how the front suspension will perform. A car that does not turn well, no matter what spring/shock changes are made, probably has a poor MC design. We now fully understand the function of the front moment center and how it affects our handling. When the MC is located left of centerline, the frontend is more efficient, meaning it's softer and rolls more easily. This is because the moment arm is longer and applies more overturning force. This is ideal for most dirt tracks and flatter asphalt tracks.