Greetings, all. I'm seeking the collective wisdom of the Forum!
Had an on-track spin in turn 10 at Summit Point today in my NC.
Driver error. I asked more of the rear tires than was there early in the session, early in the day. Here's the video:https://youtu.be/9ZLTlQpLbf8
No injuries or body damage, but when the car came back on track, the left front took a pretty good sideways impact as the tire hit the raised asphalt surface. (0:18 in the video)
Immediately, I knew something was wrong. Thought I had a flat, but actually, the left front is now toed out severely (like 10 degrees) and with positive camber with the steering wheel straight. But here's the weird part: Nothing in the suspension looks damaged or different than the right side. Several people looked at it today, and collectively we found nothing obvious for such a severe change.
Tie rod: no damage.
A-Arms: no damage.
No visible damage/shifting of position to any universal joints or bolts.
A-Arm adjusters(eccentrics): all in the same place as the right side.
Bushings position and location: all same right and left sides.
At this point, I'm thinking the rack and pinion steering - maybe something 'pulled out' in some way?
I trailered the car home and once I get some rest I'll think about next steps.
Your comments and suggestions are welcome. Very strange to not find something obvious after that hit.
Thanks in advance,