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The biggest thing that will help you is seat time.
Practice at lower speeds finding your line that works for your car. Practice hitting your apexes and setting up for each turn. You don't have to concern yourself with speed at first, with time it will come naturally.
Talk with other guys to get your air tire pressure right at track temperatures. This will help immensely with grip.
Upgrade to a dot 4 racing fluid and upgrade your brake pads to racing pads.
The stock springs are incredibly soft as you mentioned especially for a heavy car like the mustang. In time, you want to upgrade those as well as shocks and struts

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