Having put the car on axle stands, removed the wheel and front under-tray, you can get access to the inner joint of the steering arm.
With the inner joint undone it took another half an hour to reassemble, ensuring the same no. of threads were showing at the adjustment end so the tracking would not be wildly out.
Once finished we reset the tracking using our basic strings approach, setting 2mm of tow out in place of our previous straight alignment. In theory this will help the car turn in on the corners. This is quite aggressive and we'll see if it makes a difference when we practice for the Donnington Park round in October.