Most vehicle dynamics are difficult to read, use jargon and waffle on subjects that are not useful to the reader. The book aims to give the reader knowledge around race car set up and the suspension systems used within a motorsport environment. The reader is given useful information and a deep understand behind a race car's adjustable components and parts to set up the vehicle for optimum performance in dry conditions. Subjects explored include the ride height, ground clearance, suspension preload, camber, caster, toe, tracking, wheel alignment, set up sheets, checking readiness to race, handling characteristics of a single seater race car and much more. This book also looks at suspension systems commonly found on race cars (and some rare suspension set ups too!), including, double wishbone (inboard and outboard set ups), MacPherson strut , push and pull rod, monoshock and third damper set ups. Containing useful references for more background reading if desired, this book is your one stop shop on covering race car set-ups and suspension systems on a race car!