In Reply to: How can I decrease UNDERSTEER? posted by Jonathan on June 12, 2000 at 10:22:08:
This gives a relatively neutral setup. I think in a lot of cases on the M3 it's not so much oversteer being a huge problem, but just turn-in not being fast enough. It's a fine line, obviously, but even with beefy tires out back it's not hard to get into power-on oversteer spins, too. The lower wider tires in front give a little more speed turning in.
As others have mentioned, the E36 M3's always going to act a little heavy, particulary in comparison with Miata's, MR2's, Hondas, and other cars you typically see doing well at Autocross.
Andy -- '97 M3