You're in a Golf2 or G3?
You need to set the ride height so that the wishbones are level, or angled slightly down.
This will ensure your roll-centre isn't below the ground.
If you set camper I suggest you set it up in the car park to make tea from.
If you set camber you can basically tip it as far in as G2 bolts will allow you, get it even and it should come out around -2 degrees. You'll get 0.5-1 extra degrees by using Golf3 strut bolts. If you haven't been on track before I wouldn't go past -1.5 to start - buckets of camber can feel very odd around the dead-ahead and you'll have less grip on the straights - probably more of an issue in a 2WD car.
Also if you're planning on using the car on the roads you may kill tyres on the inside edge over -1 degrees of camber unless all around you are bendy roads and roundabouts.