Getting the tires to contact the pavement correctly isnt as simple as filling a tire with air and mounting it on your race car. A change in the camber setting can get the results youre looking for. Using a pyrometer, take readings on the inside edge, the middle and the outside edge of the tire to determine the amount of heat across the tire. The hotter the temperature, the harder that section of the tire is contacting the pavement. When running on a short track, the optimum temperature should be 10-15 degrees hotter on the outside of the left front and the same on the inside of the right front. With this information, the camber setting can then be adjusted to achieve the desired tire-to-pavement contact.