I'm constantly hearing/reading about the importance of compliance. Mostly suspension wise, the camber/toe variations due to compliance are demons that will kill your handling.
Why do such tiny variations generate (as said) such a huge loss in handling performance? If the variations of the suspension are bigger than those of compliance, how can it be that 0.05° of camber change affects so much?
Let me add a non-related question, since I don't want to open another thread just for that. Why is it that track-width change with suspension movement is so important and must be kept to a minimum? How does it affect the wheel (or the car) a track change of 0.01''?