So I have a 2000 Camaro SS 6speed with 21,000 miles that has always been flushed, filtered and lubed regularly. I have 18x9.5 Z06 wheels wrapped in Khumo tires, I have cross drilled/slotted rotors (stock replacements) and fresh pads. I probably only have 3000 miles on the brakes, tires are around 80%. I do not remember what kind of pads I have but I remember I paid about 50 bucks for the fronts and about 75 for the rear, I don't know if that helps. The suspension consists of KYB AGX adjustable gas shocks and Eibach pro-kit springs. There is a Moser 12-bolt out back with 3.42's and basic engine mods (headers/exhaust, SLP airbox, Computer program) and it will be getting a decent cam in the next few weeks. It is not a super fast car but for an 8 year old car its quick and fun to drive... some call it "Stock Goodness". I am going to the May 24th track day and would like to know what basic things i should look out for. I read the advice posted on The Onyx Syndicate but I do not know if I should be worried about my brakes and tires and what I should expect with my suspension.
Adjustments? Issues that may arise? Swap any parts for different ones?
I'm a track rookie so I appreciate any and all advice