I tried compromising with a Camaro I used to own, kind of middle of the road between drag strip and road course. Had that car ten years, and in my experience, you can't do both well. When you try and meet somewhere in the middle, you end up with a compromise of some sort depending on what you're doing. Eventually, I ended up with a car that was much better overall as a road course/autocross car because I ended up going too stiff on everything. If you're going to drag the car and that's what you want more of, then get drag specific springs and shocks. Stick with 15" drag rims so you can put actual drag tires on it. 18" drag radials will never get you the 60's that a true 15" slick will.
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