Searched various threads and can't find an answer. Running a S197 3V in SCCA CP class. Moved to cp class this year. Complete interior removed, car weights 3144 (no driver). 18x11s with 315 A7s. -3.3 camber with slight toe out. Corner balance with about 30 pound difference on any given tire. Don't have the exact numbers. Coilovers with adjustable swaybar. After about 20 runs I noticed that the front tires are running hotter on the insides (too much camber) and the backs look like 10-15 percent of the thread area on the insides are not even making contact with the ground (no camber) and the tires are rubbing on the rear saybar. Running 30 psi rear and 32 front. Plan to just remove rear swaybar to take care of rubbing. Hoosier says I should run 40 psi at this weight, which I think is too much. Question is should I remove some camber so front inside doesn't get so hot and what is a reasonable tire pressure starting point. Just want to get the potential from the tires and heard that Hoosiers don't like alot a camber. Any input is appreciated, thanks, Dave.