Admittedly, it's been a while since I've been behind the wheel, and I have to tell you, the first time I released the transbrake, the 1.35 short time was flat-out awesome. My eyeballs were rattling all over the place and the first 200 feet seemed like a blur, but that quickly went away by the second run.
The hardest part of the course for me was getting acclimated to the massive hoodscoop. If you're in the right lane, you can easily see the Christmas tree; however, we were instructed in the left lane. Once you're staged, you better keep an eye on the top bulb, because if you blink for a millisecond you could miss that light.
As for the chassis itself, that thing is solid and very well put together, with all of the latest required safety equipment. The nice thing about this particular setup is that if you do everything in a consistent fashion and drive it all out, your e.t.'s will reflect that by being within a couple tenths on every run. When was the last time you saw nearly identical results like that? I can honestly say this was a first.