The alignment settings are the same as run on the open track as i do on the street. There is a lot of corners on my 30 mile to work and back. If you don't drive on corners on the street this setup is not for you.
Here are some things you can go by to decide how you want your car to handle
more - camber
Pro: more road holding power in the curve
Con: more chance of uneven tire wear if not driving on curvy roads, less braking power will lock up wheel earlier
more + caster
Pro: more - camber gain in corner and rolls straighter
Con: really are none except on high caster numbers can be harder on steering components
Pro: Car turns in faster into corner
Con: car can spin out if you turn wheel to fast on entrance also twitchy at high speed like +100mph
Pro: More stable, better for novice driver
Con: car will understeer in entrance
The toe is biggest thing you have to decide on, i ran my car with toe in for years thinking that it would be better due to mustangs throttle oversteer.
Then i talked with one of the guys who was winning in AIX season and he told me he ran with toe out. I was confused thinking wow must be a ton of oversteer. He told me said the faster you can get the car pointed where you want it the sooner you can roll on to the gas.
Then i tried it.
it works, you just need to have good throttle control or you will spin out
anyways here is some info to think about