Instead of being adjustable for angle, most Sprint Car wings are adjustable for fore and aft location. This adjuster moves the wing back and to a slightly higher angle. The idea is to move the center of force rearward as the track changes toward slick conditions. It might be of more use to cause a change of angle adjustment. High angles could be used for dry and slick conditions to promote high drag and cause more load transfer to the rear for more bite. Lower angles that are more efficient for downforce could be employed on tighter tracks for more overall traction. This is something that has not been considered before, but it is something you might think about.