The lap times people are putting down with full interior Model 3s with upgraded suspension are better than BMW M2 and F8x BMW M3/4s. I had a fully track prepped and modified BMW M2 and the best I could touch was 1:40 at Mid Ohio and low 2:2x at NCM. There is a member here who is hitting 1:35 at Mid-O and 2:16 at NCM in his model 3. He is a better driver than me but I am still instructor level, so not a beginner or intermediate. 1:35 at Mid-O is fast enough to hang with 991.1 GT3s.C) Don't bother with tracking it, etc. Anyone who does is either a fanboy, or never drove a real sports car. I mean, I took my Cadillac Sedan DeVill around a track as a joke, 20+ years ago, and a Tesla could do that - but probably not handle it as well, given the suspension.