Originally Posted by Denosaur
Skaife mentioned that once you apply the load and the roll center changes, the camber goes up...
Took me a bit to get my head around it....
...true, depending on the actual roll centre location. Ospi is correct in stating that the change relative to road is the more critical concept... if there was no camber change throughout the suspension travel, then as the car rolls, the outside tyre stands up straighter relative to the road.