As you see there are 50 dozen ways to do it. It all has to do with slip angle of the tires. On the your tires you get two different forces that add to a slip angle. How far you can go before loosing traction. If you use less brake force, you can increase side force and vice versa. This is the reason on most tracks you do the slowing down before you really get that cornering force going. There is a lot of weight that can be transferred from rear to front and side to side also. This is controlled by the brake and steering as to how fast it transfers. Most of it has to do with sweep of the turn, banking, the line you take and your car set up. If you do it the same all the time, your going to suc at at least half of them. Example, Run the cushion at Eldora and you never really let of the gas and trail break just a little. Try KC and bottom feed, you brake before the corner not in it. I used them because you can relate to them tracks. It's drive by the seat of your pants, but being aware enough to tell your crew chief what's going on. Takes the average guy about 7 years to figure this out. why the crew needs this is breaking, steering wheel position and acceleration change camber , roll centers and tire loading. You can help each other here.
Older I get the less I know for sure