Shaun, I am looking for some advice on how to handle long sweeping turns like the Oaktree turn at VIR, turn 12 at Carolina motorsport park and turn 5 at Robling Road, Savannah. I have your 3 link set up out back with track valved Bilstein shocks all round. 3 degrese positive caster and negative 1.75 degrese camber. I usually run Toyo tires 255/50/16 either RA1's or R888's. My car, 65 FB just does not seem to handle those turns as well as it should. I have had some success with aggressively turning in making the turn and throttle steering through the turn, unwinding the wheel and loosening the turn as I go. This technique did not work well at Savannah. I would appreciate any input from your experience with these cars..