Global West also set our alignment once we finalized the ride height. Jim Sleeper (left) and Doug Norrdin tag-teamed the effort with 6 degrees of positive caster for better high-speed stability, only 12 minutes of negative camber (60 minutes to a degree), and a total of 3⁄32-inch of toe-in after deflecting the tires outward. All these angles were set with the front end raised a half-inch above ride height to compensate for acceleration. Global’s four-wheel alignment also revealed that the chassis is square to within 0.10-inch. That explains why the car always launches straight.