It's certainly possible! I'm just going about it from the assumption that either I did something that exacerbated the problem, or maybe some component of my car did. In that regard, I've done a lot of reading on bump steer, roll center, and scrub radius to figure out how I can optimize that with my setup. I find it interesting. I now realize that you really shouldn't adjust ride height much without accounting for all of those other variables, meaning you need to be fully adjustable. It gets pricey quick.This can also be caused by track conditions. A pavement change or even an imperceptibly small drop can lighten the car enough to throw the rear out far enough that it's difficult to recover from. Oil or gravel on the track could do the same. Could have been exacerbated by overheated tires, too. I haven't driven Thunderhill, but have had it happen to me on other tracks - there are turns where you have to modulate your cornering gees and open (or straighten) the wheel to keep the car stable.
I got the proper ducting and grille in for my center radiator! Unfortunately, in the process, I discovered that my front passenger side damper is leaking already. The other three look okay. I'll be reaching out to Ohlins, hopefully they'll take care of it. By the way Apex, I now see that clearance issue between the damper and the axle boot, mine is fairly close as well.
Also got started on stripping my headliner. This stuff is sticky! But a wire brush and shop vac took a majority off fairly quickly.