First time poster and looking to see if I am missing any “low hanging fruit” in regards to using my 2005 GT with manual trans for casual autocross and a few track days a year (like Track Night in America). My primary focus would be on anything that is reasonably priced and has a significant impact on the cars handling. Current configuration (a couple of items are in process). CAI, axle back exhaust, and tune. I’m not looking for horsepower as I need to learn to handle what is already there. Steeda Sport Springs, 1.0" drop front, 1.25" rear -Tokiko D-Spec struts and shocks w/ Ford Motorsport GT-500 strut mounts -Ford Motorsport GT-500 front LCA's. -Eibach adjustable rear LCA's (rubber bush). UCA has not been changed. -BMR lower control arm relocation brackets -BMR adjustable PHB (poly bush/ greasable) w/ BMR frame mount. -Ford Motorsport rear bump stops, shortened for spring drop. -AMR 18X9 Silver wheels w/ Nitto 555's. 255/45 ZR18 -Factory front sway bars w/ Prothane bushings and upgraded to '08+ links. -Whiteline adjustable rear sway bar 2011+ front rotors (13.2”) and air ducts with 3” cooling through the backer plates Stoptech Sport pads DOT 4 Castrol brake fluid Camber is -1.6 degrees, 0 toe, caster unknown. Based on reading through many of the “handling” post, a cheap upgrade to improve handling would be to adjust camber to maybe -2.0 to -2.5 degrees for autocross and track use? I know my tires are a weak link for sure. I prefer to use these up and then upgrade. I know it isn’t a huge upgrade over what I have now, but I have a set of Firestone Firehawk Indy 500’s that I have used on another car for autocross and track days and liked the performance (clearly I am not targeting the pointy end of competition). I don’t know that I want to take the plunge to much wider wheels/tires as I want to keep expenses under control and that is a big upgrade (with big gains I am sure). Thoughts on what else I should consider? My driving skills are limited (15 autocross, 3 track days) so I am okay with suggestions to focus on driving for now.