I have noticed in my time racing that i get better and better which each successive run and my lap times improve ever so steadily. From your experiences folks what do you think is the best way to capitalize on times savings during an autocross race on the track when conditions are ideal.I try to be smooth as possible , tracing the best line i can .However i have not in my time have a size of track that would rigorously test my suspension.I am running a 1991 toyota corollaAE92 sedan . Its running more or less stock suspension from the Japan only AE101 Levin coupe , inclusive of the tower braces infront and the rear sway bar. For wheels i am using 15"x7" ssr competition wheels with 225/50/15 Toyo R888"s in front and Roadstone CP61's 195/50/15 in the rear. They way it is setup the car is to over steer slightly at the limit due to the less contact patch at the rear. i would love to perhaps drop tire sizes to 13"S for better gearing as the 4AGE motor I am running is a peaky high revving son of a gun rather than a torque monster from low down. Your thoughts will be appreciated.