Hi all, Just wondering if anyone has any specific knowledge on how to increase tyre life particularly front vs rear tyre life in regards to the suspension, brakes, aids & LCD settings. Plenty of stuff here on how to tune for outright speed, but not so much on getting equal front and rear tyre life. I want to balance the tyre life of each axle, as that should allow the greatest speed and distance over any stint in theory. Ie. if I want to increase the rear tyre life which way "should" I be setting the spring rates front vs back, ride heights front vs back etc. Also do these settings come at the cost of overall grip is worth knowing as well. eg If you decrease the camber settings (front and or rear) you should be to go further on tyres, but is that at a cost to outright grip, meaning your going to be slower? Not sure if it's relevant but the car / championship in question is; the Mazda 787B & the FGT Championship, often on R3,R2's or R2,R1's. But the tyre demands of each track are quite different, ie the fronts wear out earlier at Tokyo R246, but the rears wear out quicker at Sarthe. I'd like to equal them up a bit if possible. Make Sense, Input?