This weekend at autoX I noticed that I was having a lot of trouble getting the front end to turn in on long sweeping corners. I tried messing around with braking a little longer to scrub speed and transfer weight to the front. I also tried throttle induced oversteer, with mixed results since it's AWD and would just make the problem worse unless I really pinned it. What I remembered is that the alignment printouts from BMW consistently have around 1 degree more camber on the rears (which also causes terrible camber wear on the rears). I'm guessing they do this since the majority of manufacturers try to bake in under-steer into cars since it's the safer of the two. However, I don't want this. I'd prefer a balance where I can more easily get the cart to rotate in (especially since its AWD). I was thinking about having them reduce the amount of camber in the rear next time I go in or to at least discuss the problem with a service tech. I'd have no problem with more camber up front, but I don't want to have my tires get destroyed so quickly since it's a daily. Anyone have experience with this or have any recommendations? Thanks in advance. P.S. This is related to racing, thought with corners instead of roll racing. If it's in the wrong section let me know.