Assuming you have a stock suspension, I would suggest getting as much negative camber as possible, especially on the fronts.
As for toe, I guess it depends on the relative use of the car - if you are serious about competing in AX, and don't use the car that much as a daily driver, then you might want to have a little toe-out on the fronts, to quicken steering response and help turn in - however, that will make the car wander a bit on the highway. Otherwise, I would at least shoot for minimal toe-in on both the front and rears. (By minimal, I'm talking about 0.04 deg.)
That's my :2cents: . . .
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