I agree that your right sides look like they could use a little less negative camber but I'd try a little more pressure first.All your centers are low. Could be a little more pressure would also even out the spread a little. I also often wonder how much spread inside to outside is ok. I think that maybe cool down lap, easing to pits, etc may keep the inside a little hotter. Would be trick to be able to see temps in action wouldn't it? Also, don't forget that most of the turns are right handers so the inside of the right side tires is getting pulled abnormally compared to a left hand turn.If you reduce the right side neg. camber you may loose grip in left hand turns.
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