This is also why many performance cars now have a method to raise or lower the car depending on usage... ordinary driving and slow driving - raise the car for ground clearance. For performance and high speed driving, drop the car down. Also those tend to allow independently raising and lowering the front and back, which also can be computer programmed to speed. At launch and low speed, you want the front high and the back low - to shift weight to the rear tires for traction. Then drop the front too at high speeds for reduced drag, less lift and lower center of gravity.