Caveat: At sufficient speed to generate the g-forces needed to deform the tyres.
Everyone car park racing perhaps.I think it's more about the changing camber angle from suspension travel / body roll. And pretty much everyone runs more camber in the front than the rear. Less camber in the rear gives better straight line acceleration since it offers a better contact patch.
Because that is a given and the car is set up for that it is irrelevant unless you lower the car a LOT and therefor mostly operating in the end range of wheel travel.When you lower these cars you start gaining positive camber with any amount of body roll since it's a McPherson strut design.