The Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello gave us an insight into how a high-speed corner with camber can improve Formula 1 drivers' overtaking prospects. Turn 1 in particular, the San Donato right-hander at the end of the start/finish straight, saw many passing moves during the weekend thanks to this positive camber effect.
Even though the cars were reaching speeds exceeding 300km/h on the main straight in the slipstream and with the benefit of DRS, the braking zone for Turn 1 was very short as the drivers could carry so much speed in. The reason for this is fairly simple - the height of the centre of gravity on a race car and the forces acting on it can determine its cornering ability.
Even in a road car, one can feel the effects of g-force when cornering. If you don't wear a seatbelt, you would probably slide sideways due to the lateral forces on your body (sideways g-force). It's the same in any vehicle, but the lower the centre of gravity to the road surface, the less roll will be induced due to the lateral force.