Originally Posted by Porkibear
Curious, why would you not do track or motorsport all the way around?! You said it will be a dedicated track car...
The only downside to running track or motorsport mounts at every corner is that you will experience vibration and drivetrain noise, which obviously doesn't matter at all for a track dedicated car. The only other disadvantage is that you will find your next weakest link faster.
The benefits will be excellent power to ground transfer, excellent drivetrain response, lack of slop, firmer and more confident shifting, etc etc.
To give you an idea, I run full track mounts at every single corner on my daily driver B5 S4. On my race car, I'll be running a combo of Track and Motorsport mounts.