Sone real nice shots, Jason!
The videos are a HOOT! Wait til you see them.
What do you think Steve? More negative camber in the rear? Above is one of the best shots.
I had responded to Travis, but for the benefit of others on this thread:
From what I could see in the photos, negative camber was not an issue. In fact it looked as though it was only getting about 1/2 degree positive camber in the turns. Very unscientific, of course. Please keep in mind that I would not recommend making any set-up decisions based on a sandy lot. Travis and I had already taken air out of the rear tires and softened the rear shocks to compensate for the bumpy, dirty conditions.
Kyle Broeker is right about corner entry. Travis and I talked about this at length. When a front-drive car is overstearing it is necessary to brake early and power through the corner to keep oversteering to a minimum. (and no left-foot braking in the corner) BTW - On an oversteering rear-drive car, left foot braking works pretty well, but at the price of some corner exit speed.