It's for a 306 endurance track car, we have upto 5 drivers of mixed skill levels and I need to have the car consistent and predicable to cover the skill range.
It's currently on stock springs with the Hybrid rear ARB, fresh sport shocks and adjustable front strut tops. It's currently running a 2.0L 8v but will get a 8v turbo engine early next year so I want the chassis side sorted first. It's predicable particularly on a wet track but it's too soft and I don't want to change front or rear only to start and then loose the predictability we currently have in it. Whilst I want to gain some pace, predictability, good tyre wear and a forgiving setup are still high priorities due to the length of the races (last race out we covered 1450km with dry, wet and then a drying track with 6hrs under lights too).
Any other setups worth considering?